New research has found that distracted driving among teenagers is a much more serious problem than previously thought.
Officials say errors by motorists, including distracted driving, are mostly to blame for an increase in train-vehicle crashes.
This weekend, the TeenDrive365 teen driver experience visits Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor to help new drivers and their parents build safer habits behind the wheel!
Autos and tech industries come together prior to the LA Auto Show. How will they use driver data?
Americans are much less worried about drunken, drowsy and aggressive driving than they were four years ago, even though traffic deaths have begun to edge back up.
Teen drivers will get an interesting opportunity next month to learn what it’s really like out on the mean streets.
A University of Michigan survey finds that parents seem to be focused on anything but driving when their kids are in the car.
The government is asking automakers to put stronger limits on drivers’ interaction with in-car touch screens in an effort to curb distracted driving.
In one week alone, 20 teens were killed in five separate accidents nationwide.
Authorities say they’re looking into whether a Michigan man who died after a crash on I-75 was distracted by his phone.