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Top 5 Risky Behaviors for Distribution Drivers

Top 5 Risky Behaviors for Distribution Drivers

The most risky behavior reported in 2019 were cellphone/device distractions, the consumption of food or beverages while driving, drivers not using seat belts, smoking, and moments of late response.

May 18, 2020

Geotab Adds Distracted Driving Solution to Its Marketplace
Mass. Police Poised to Enforce Hands-Free Law

Mass. Police Poised to Enforce Hands-Free Law

Massachusetts’s new “hands-free” law went into effect on Feb. 23 and law enforcement throughout the state now have extra patrols on roadways ready to enforce the measure, reports CBS Boston.

February 26, 2020

Ohio Aims to Make Distracted Driving a Primary Offense
Georgia Takes More Steps to Combat Distracted Driving
Ohio Cracks Down on Distracted Drivers from the Sky
Indiana Moves Closer to Hands-Free Law
Arizona Launches Distracted Driving Education Program
Florida Bans Texting and Driving

Florida Bans Texting and Driving

Florida enacted a law that allows law enforcement in the state to penalize drivers who are caught texting and driving, though it won’t ban drivers from phone usage altogether.

January 6, 2020

Advanced Driving Tech Creating More Distraction

Advanced Driving Tech Creating More Distraction

Drivers who regularly use advanced driver assistance systems are nearly two times more likely to text, fiddle with the radio, or engage in other distracted driving behaviors, according to a new study from the AAA Foundation.

December 18, 2019

California Combats Distracted Driving with Education, Enforcement
Distracted Driving Citations Double in Salt Lake City

Distracted Driving Citations Double in Salt Lake City

Law enforcement in Utah's biggest city conducted its annual crack down on distracted driving, issuing 1,188 warnings and 27 citations to Salt Lake City drivers who were suspects of distracted driving.

October 14, 2019

Florida Zone-based Hands-Free Law Starts in Oct

Florida Zone-based Hands-Free Law Starts in Oct

On October 1, drivers in a designated school crossing, school zone, or an active work zone will be prohibited from using electronic devices unless they do so in a hands-free manner.

September 26, 2019

Illinois Boosts Penalty for Distracted Drivers

Illinois Boosts Penalty for Distracted Drivers

Illinois drivers who cause an accident resulting in an injury of another person because they were using a cell phone or electronic device behind the wheel will be subject to a penalty as high as $1,000 beginning in July 2020, reports KHQA.

August 29, 2019

Minnesota Hands-Free Law Begins in August