Many of us have experienced prolonged stretches of driving where we’re seemingly oblivious to our surroundings, and we’re left dumbfounded that we didn’t get into a serious accident. A new study suggests that a specific brain function protects us from these bouts of absentminded driving—but that it completely breaks…
A draft New York Senate Bill called Evan’s law aims to cut down on distracted driving by forcing you to turn over your phones after an accident for “field testing.” But the bill, which sounds good in principle, still leaves a lot of questions unanswered.
Porsche put its World Endurance Championship driver Mark Webber behind the wheel of a 911 GT3 Cup racecar with a Porsche-designed Blackberry phone to prove that even the best can’t text and drive without distraction.
Be careful the next time you’re at a stoplight and want to get a quick peek at your phone. That friendly construction worker beside your car might actually be a cop playing dress-up.
WHY WOULD YOU PLAY WITH MY EMOTIONS LIKE THAT, DANISH TELEVISION???
Texting and driving is a bad idea. A really bad idea. Don't do it. To combat the scourge, the state of New York just gave its police a million bucks to go out and buy specially-modified Chevy Tahoes that enable them to spy into your car and see if you're on the phone, just textin' away.