Gov. Rick Snyder is preparing to sign legislation prohibiting novice drivers from using a cell phone while behind the wheel.
Gov. Snyder says he’s “generally supportive” of what officially would be known as “Kelsey’s Law.”
Researchers say if teens see their parents distracted behind the wheel, they’re modeling risky behavior.
Teens will be taught first-hand the dangers of distractions behind the wheel at a special event today at Comerica Park.
With today’s ever-increasing concern about driver distraction, engineers in the Ford Research and Innovation labs are developing ways to help the driver stay focused in busy situations by intelligently managing incoming communications.
Two young sisters, a mother and grandmother are hospitalized following an accident Monday night on I-96 near Levan Road in Livonia.
Michigan drivers appear to believe that talking on a cell phone while driving is dangerous for everybody else.
A new study shows that many drivers believe it’s important for other drivers to hang up their cell phones behind the wheel.
Car companies say consumers will find other ways to use technologies if they can’t use built-in devices.
Despite concerns over distracted drivers on American roads, a majority of consumers in the United States do not feel there should be a ban on the use of hands-free communications devices while driving, according to the December 2011 Morpace Omnibus.