The report, done by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, reveals that adult drivers are by far the likeliest age group to admit to using their phone while driving.
The safety measures include two sobriety checkpoints to be located somewhere in Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware counties.
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In virtually every state, it is the law that pedestrians have the right of way at a crosswalk, so motorists and bicyclists have to yield to pedestrians.
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As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, drivers in the Delaware Valley are actually getting off cheap.
Fumbling with buttons while driving is linked to increased risk of crashes for teen drivers, but the kind of music they’re listening to may also be a factor.
New Jersey became one of the first states to ticket drivers up to $1000 for keeping unrestrained animals in the front seat of the car, on the driver’s lap, or even partially out the window.
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The research, which was conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, shows that only 44 percent of teens had obtained a driver’s license within 12 months of the minimum age for licensing in their state.
New Jersey is stiffening the penalties for motorists who use handheld cellphones to talk or text.
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When a 6-year-old Pennsylvania girl wanted to visit her father in another town in the middle of the night, she grabbed her mom’s car keys and drove off, eventually hitting three parked cars and a pole. Who will pay?
Motorists who can’t put down their cellphones might face tougher penalties in New Jersey.