Texas has seen a year-over-year decline in 16 to 19 year-old driver fatalities, representing a 53% reduction for 16-to-19 year-olds (see graph). Texas is the only state where this has happened. This is something we should all be proud to claim we helped with!
A new report by the National Safety Council has found that if all 50 U.S. states instituted comprehensive phased-in driving laws, 2,000 lives could be saved, but some opponents say it’s discriminatory.
You may have more in common with a bus driver than you thought. We all know that texting while driving is dangerous, but the truth is that many people still do it. For bus drivers, it is even more dangerous, which is why it has been outlawed in Texas.