An unlicensed Montana teen was going 100 miles per hour when he reportedly hit a moose in Idaho's Silver Valley yesterday. To make matters worse, his whole family was in the car with him: two five-year-olds and three adults with suspended licenses who were all riding in the backseat.
Whiskey's for drinkin' and water's for fightin' over. As it turns out, gasoline's also for drinking, according to one petroleum-swilling teenager. The girl, interviewed recently for the TLC show "My Strange Addiction," has consumed more than five gallons over the last year.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has used hidden cameras to prove what everyone already knew: most newbie teen drivers are pretty bad drivers. As their videos show, they are also impossibly obnoxious. No surprise there either. They also like Twilight.
A 17-year-old English teen's going to be riding a bus bench for six months after getting popped for speeding on his moped six times in one week. Five took place at the same time and place.
Ford has announced a new feature available on many 2010 models called "My Key," consisting of a programmable computer chip imbedded in the key that limits vehicle speed to 80 MPH. Designed for parents of teen drivers, the My Key system will also limit the stereo volume settings and sound a constant chime if seat belts…