The App4Driver tracks your driving habits – specifically, things like excessive speeds, quick accelerations and sudden braking. It also tracks texts or phone calls answered while you’re driving – and puts together a report.
Red light cameras have nabbed more than 100,000 drivers in six South Jersey towns over the last two years, and they’ve paid out millions in fines throughout Gloucester and Camden counties.
We know that more elderly people are involved in traffic accidents, but researchers from Canada suggest that the higher number may be the result of factors that go beyond driving ability.
Check out these tips from EcoMedia on how to save energy on the road, which in turn could help you spend less on gas.
It’s New Year’s Eve – one of the biggest party nights of the year. KYW’s Michelle Durham spoke to one local expert about how you can stay safe if you are planning to go out!
Flooding, road closures, downed trees and mud slides caused major transportation woes Thursday morning and now authorities are strongly urging the public to stay off the roadways in eastern Pennsylvania.
Police in Bucks County are trying to figure out who drilled holes in the gas tank of a truck parked in a mall parking lot.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports that many New Jersey coastal communities have stronger building standards in place today because of earlier hurricanes — notably Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
The long holiday weekend will soon be upon us, and for many that means taking a road trip. Is your car in shape to hit the highways this summer? 3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice so that you don’t get stranded.
The Delaware Department of Transportation is hosting a “Senior Driver Day” to help older drivers.
A new unit of eight to 10 officers will rotate among five zones in Center City each day during the summer, enforcing laws such as no bicycling on the sidewalk, no texting while driving, and for pedestrians — obeying signals at crosswalks.
The top distraction while driving is a cell phone. Whether you’re chatting or texting, it can be dangerous.
It doesn’t take much snow or ice to throw a major wrench into your commute. It helps to know how your car or truck handles in messy weather before you hit the road.
We all know it’s unsafe and even illegal to use a hand-held cell phone while driving. A new mobile application just for drivers promises to keep you informed at all times, and you don’t have to touch your hand-held device.
Many teenagers know how Gov. Ed Rendell feels: tooling down an open highway and trying to remember that the accelerator is on the right and the brake is to the left.