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Lytx Report Identifies Positive and Negative Trends in Driver Behavior
Highway Fatality Data Displays Linked to Increased Collisions
OrigoSafeDriver Launches on Geotab Marketplace
Troopers in Trucks Curb Distracted Driving in Illinois
72% of Commercial Drivers Admit to Distracted Driving

72% of Commercial Drivers Admit to Distracted Driving

More than 90% of commercial drivers believe that reading a text while behind the wheel of their company vehicle is considered distracted driving, yet nearly half of those drivers say they have done it.

March 28, 2019

Top Cellphone-While-Driving Roads Identified

Top Cellphone-While-Driving Roads Identified

Roads with the highest observed cell phone use from commercial drivers in 2018 were located in the Los Angeles port complex, Tennessee's second largest city of Memphis, and Irving, Texas, according to a new study by video telematics and analytics provider Lytx.

February 25, 2019

Some Cities Passing Tougher Distracted Driving Laws Than States

Some Cities Passing Tougher Distracted Driving Laws Than States

Several cities are responding to what they view as lax state legislation by passing their own distracted driving laws. Three states in the nation still allow texting while driving and only 16 have adopted hands-free laws, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association.

February 12, 2019

Safety Technology Could Prevent Drivers from Texting While Driving
Distracted Driving Crashes Spike on Highways

Distracted Driving Crashes Spike on Highways

Distracted driving-related collisions are up to 49% more severe when they occur on a highway system, indicating that modifying roadway design could improve safety in distracted driving crashes.

November 29, 2018

Travelers Institute Hosts Distracted Driving Events

"Every Second Matters," an educational event series for the public and designed to curtail distracted driving, kicked off in Hartford, Conn. on Sept. 25, with several future events planned in the U.S. and Canada.

September 25, 2018

Researchers Measure Distraction Levels of Voice-Activated Systems

Researchers Measure Distraction Levels of Voice-Activated Systems

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety teamed with University of Utah psychology researchers to measure driver distraction levels associated with giving voice commands to control electronics and update social media. Here's a report on the two recent studies. For the full story, click here.

October 9, 2014

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