Feds eye elimination of dynamic GPS maps

I can certainly understand the call from Washington and state governments to eliminate distracted driving as much as possible.

Are cellphone crash risks exaggerated?

A new study from Wayne State University claims early research about in-vehicle cellphone use may have exaggerated the risks of talking on a cellphone while driving.

Distracted driving laws in disarray, says researcher

The current lack of consensus about distracted driving in the US has one advantage, say scientists at Temple University - it means it'll be easier to work out which laws make sense and which don't.