Texting While Driving

Growing Hands-Free Options Concern Safety Experts

Automakers are using new technology to make it easier for people to stay connected behind the wheel, without breaking the law.


NH Considering Hand-Held Cell Phone Ban For Drivers

New Hampshire lawmakers are considering a bill that could ban drivers from using hand held cell phones in their car.


Dive teams tried to get the car out, but gave up after four hours.

Police: Driver Texting Before Crash In Danvers River

A texting driver crashed into a river late Monday night and survived, police said Tuesday.


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Distracted Driving Program Held In Revere

State transportation and public safety leaders unveiled a new program on Wednesday designed to teach young drivers about the perils of distracted driving.


Teen Drivers

The Parent Report: Distracted Teen Drivers

WBZ’s Doug Cope talks about the many distractions teens have while driving.

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New App Reads Texts Aloud While You Drive

It’s dangerous and it’s against the law, still some people simply can’t resist texting while driving. Now there is an App that can help you stay connected and keep your eyes on the road.


Police: Texting while driving ban tough to enforce

WAKEFIELD (WBZ) — It’s been two weeks since the state’s new texting ban went into effect, and police in many cities and towns say they’ve yet to issue any citations because the law is difficult […]


Where Have you Been? Or Was It Me?

     I confess to being a bit remiss in the regularity of my blogging, but I’m sure I’ve got a good excuse.  I’m not terribly sure what that will be right now….but I’ll think of something.


Water Country – Portsmouth, NH

Free Program Helps Texting Drivers Stay Safe

I found that I was being distracted by activities on the cell phone — looking at emails more than I should. Like many, Jack Martin was a distracted…


The New Texting Law

                                           WBZ’s Carl Stevens rides along with a state police trooper on the first day of the state’s “texting while driving” law.