AAA Finds Females More Distracted Behind the Wheel

Recent AAA Research Reveals Females More Distracted When Driving In response to statistics that indicate that the main reason deaths amongst teens are automobile collisions, The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety decided it was time to determine why these statistics continue to rise. The study focused on why teen drivers have vehicle collisions. AAA reconfirmed […]

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Distracted Driving Surpasses Drunk Driving In U.S.

Distracted Driving Takes Over Drunk Driving Stats In the United States, texting while driving has now taken over as the leading cause of death in collisions involving teens. Alarmingly, at any given hour across the United States, approximately 660,000 motorists are using their cellphone while operating a motor vehicle. Despite over 45 States taking proactive […]

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It’s National Teen Driver Safety Week

Young Drivers of Canada

National Teen Driver Safety Week Focus on Distracted Driving Despite a decrease in crash vehicle numbers over the past 20 years, teen drivers continue to have the highest crash rate according to the AAA in the United States. Although there are several factors that contribute to teen crashes, distractions play a significant role according to […]

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