It was the first time it snowed in Eagle Pass, my dad was on his way to work and driving over a bridge he received a message. While he glanced at the text he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the guard rail. The truck was badly damaged, but luckily he was fine. […]
Raise Awareness of New Statewide Law in Effect September 1, 2017 Texas has finally joined most of the nation in banning texting while driving. Texting while driving within the state of Texas will be punishable by a fine of $25-99 for first-time offenders, and $100-200 for repeat offenders (though no points will be assigned). It’s […]
In a recent study, the AAA Foundation announced that teen distracted driving could be more widespread than previously believed. According to the foundation, teen drivers were inattentive or engaged in some other non-driving related activity in 58% of all observed crashes.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported students have shown great progress in improving risky driving behaviors – but are also engaging in some new ones.
It was a normal Wednesday afternoon I was talking to my best friend Tyler while he was driving to church. He knew what dangers came with texting and driving but he didn’t listen.