A recent study has shown the peak age that a man drinks alcohol. Continue Reading...
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Colorado students are getting an unusual opportunity to receive a college scholarship this spring. Continue Reading...
Drunk driving deaths in the U.S. were on the decline in 2013 according to new data by the Department of Transportation. Continue Reading...
Federal safety regulators are hoping for technology that will allow vehicles to detect drunk drivers. Continue Reading...
Setting a bad example for teen drivers has severe consequences. Continue Reading...
It appears that scaring drivers in bathrooms is the new “in” thing, as the UK Department of Transport has launched a new campaign called “Pub Loo Shocker” to remind drivers drinking and driving could lead to fatal accidents. Continue Reading...
According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), New Year’s Day is the year’s deadliest day for alcohol-related fatalities. Continue Reading...
Despite teen drinking and driving decreasing better than 50 percent in the last decade, teens still commit the offense roughly 2.4 million times per month. Continue Reading...
Everyone should take note of this: Swedish company Autoliv is developing an in-car breathalyzer that works automatically to keep drivers from taking intoxicated trips. Continue Reading...
You’d think that with all of the public service announcements, all of the shocking statistics and all of the cringe-worthy footage you can find on YouTube, drivers would think twice about getting behind the wheel drunk. Does it surprise you that almost 12,000 people are still killed annually from alcohol-related accidents? Just as surprising is… Continue Reading...
The government is cracking down on people who drink and drive with an auto industry program that is in process of developing an in-car device that detects drunken drivers. This tool will be installed in all new vehicles, and is set to receive a six-fold increase in the annual funding. The Driver Alcohol Detection System… Continue Reading...
We guess that the standards “Don’t make me come back there” or “If you don’t shut up, I will turn this car around” just aren’t cutting it anymore. Drivers need some new empty threats, because a study has found that kids fighting in the back of a vehicle can impair the driver’s skills as much… Continue Reading...