Driver Texting At 50 MPH Narrowly Misses Tree, Police SayIt was a very close call for a young driver that police said was texting behind the wheel Thursday night.
51 Cited For Texting While Driving In West BridgewaterAs police in Massachusetts crack down on distracted driving, dozens of people were cited for texting behind the wheel in one town Wednesday.
Mass. Police Launch Distracted Driving CrackdownState and local police across Massachusetts have launched a crackdown on texting behind the wheel and other forms of distracted driving.
Massachusetts Campaign Aims To Nab Drivers On PhonesMassachusetts State Police are joining local departments for a three-week blitz aimed at curtailing distracted driving.
Police: Driver Reaching For French Fry Crashes On HighwayNo one was hurt in the crash.
Simulator Teaches Teens Not To Text And DriveThe goal of Distractology--a driving simulator and education program run by Arbella Insurance--is to educate teens about the dangers of distracted driving.
West Bridgewater Police Crack Down On Distracted DriversWest Bridgewater police pulled over drivers to remind them of the laws against texting while driving.
Texting Will Get Drivers On 'Naughty List,' Mass. Highway Signs WarnHe sees you when you’re sleeping – and he knows when you’ve been texting and driving, too.
Keller @ Large: Time To Ban Handheld Phones While DrivingAccording to the National Safety Council, 27% of car crashes are tied to driver distraction from cellphone use, some involving texting but most resulting from simply talking on or dialing the phone.
Massachusetts House Gives Initial OK To Hands-Free Cellphone BillThe bill would ban drivers from holding cellphones, except in emergency situations.
NH Set To Enforce Cell Phone Ban For DriversNew Hampshire will become the 15th state to bar drivers from using hand-held cellphones while driving when a new law goes into effect on Wednesday.
Survey: Unrestrained Pets Lead To Distracted DrivingTravel organization AAA is warning drivers to restrain their pets on road trips, adding that more than 10 percent of people surveyed admitted to taking pictures of their pet while behind the wheel.