On Monday, the total solar eclipse will occur in this nation, bringing with it one of the biggest driving distractions in U.S. history. The heightened concerns have law enforcement officials working with local TV and radio stations preparing for what could turn out to be bedlam on the roads.
Traffic jams are one thing, with people coming from every corner of the nation to get into that 70-mile-wide path of totality of the eclipse that will cut through the nation.
Californians who have yet to hang up their cellphones when behind the wheel may want to do so this month. April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and law enforcement plans on aggressively enforcing distracted driving la...
Vermont law enforcement agencies are working together to lower the number of distracted drivers on the state's highways. On Monday, state police troopers and officers from a number of other … Click to Continue »
Law enforcement officials don't have to show what specifically distracted a driver before a fatal chain-reaction crash, the state supreme court ruled, providing important guidance to law enforcement at a … Click to Continue »
Over at Watchdog.org, I have an article about the North Dakota law enforcement campaign against distracted driving which is being conducted because April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. What I found is that, despite the hype ...