74 Blog Posts From the DISTRACTED DRIVING Tag


Effectiveness of Texting and Driving Bans Remains a Question

Effectiveness of Texting and Driving Bans Remains a Question

From Massachusetts Car Accident Attorney Larry Nussbaum, founder of the Nussbaum Law Group, P.C. Most states across the country have adopted some form of ban on texting while driving, including Massachusetts. However, the effectiveness of these bans has come into question. The laws tend to be difficult to enforce due to the fact that many […]

Why Don’t We Trust Self-Driving Cars?

Why Don’t We Trust Self-Driving Cars?

Self-driving cars promise a future of fewer accidents, less congestion and maybe even lower transportation costs. Yet for many Americans, the idea of driving alongside cars that are 100 percent computer-operated belongs in a science fiction movie. Could a vehicle really move from point A to point B efficiently, safely and with the same ability […]

A Call for Stronger Cell Phone Use Penalties for South Carolina Drivers

A Call for Stronger Cell Phone Use Penalties for South Carolina Drivers

Lawmakers in South Carolina are calling for stronger penalties for drivers who use their cell phones while operating their vehicles. More and more drivers are putting not only themselves but also everyone else around them at risk when they use their cell phones while driving.  There are simply too many distractions these days for drivers. […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: July 2, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: July 2, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –IN Court–Must have evidence of speeding to pull someone over for speeding– –Snapchat Speeder Lawsuit gets a slapdown in GA– –MD study shows how cam studies are gamed by researchers– Friday, June 29, 2018 Indiana Court: Cops May Not Pull Someone Over For Appearing To Speed Indiana prosecutors were desperate […]

The Good News about Automated Cars

The Good News about Automated Cars

Automated cars are being pushed on us harder than crystal meth in a West Virginia trailer park — by a tag team of the government apparat (which salivates at the prospect of heightened control over our movements) and a car industry which is becoming indistinguishable from the government, except that it wants to profit from […]