I'm sure some of you will be traveling to or through Tennessee this summer, just make sure you have your bluetooth enabled for your cell phone because the state's hand-held cell phone ban goes into effect July 1st.
Admit it, even though you swear you never touch your phone while you are driving, you'd be fibbing a bit. Sure there are laws around the country that fine texting while driving, but South Carolina is trying to make sure their drivers NEVER touch their phones again.
We all do it, but we never want to face the shame of admitting it. In 2015 alone, 3,477 lives were claimed by distracted driving. The new Apple iOS update will change this dangerous activity for the better. If you own an iPhone, check this out.
The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is bringing its Distracted Driving (D2) simulator to Daviess County High School on Wednesday, March 21 at 9 a.m. CDT, as part of Buckle Up for Megan Lifesavers Week activities.
The D 2 simulator gives real-life exposure to the dangers of distracted driving without putting teenagers at risk by mimicking and displaying the handling characteristics of a vehicle