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Teens Waiting Longer to get Driver’s License

Girls more than boys say they don’t feel ready to get behind the wheel.

09/26/2012

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Police: More Texters Than Drunks On The Road

Texting while driving has been illegal in Illinois since 2010, but it’s prevalent.

09/04/2012

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AT&T asks Americans to Stop Texting and Driving

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has declared it a “national epidemic.”

08/16/2012

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“Domestic Texting” Is Hurtful For Relationships

When it comes to arguing with your significant other, don’t text.

06/19/2012

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Domestic Violence Via Texting

Missouri has what might be the first case of a domestic violence texting dispute.

06/19/2012

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Texting And Driving Could Have Many Potential Financial Liabilities

Young drivers continue to text and drive despite the deadly consequences.

06/13/2012

5/30/12-Recent Sumner graduate Ambrose Burks wears specially-designed goggles and tries to send a text while at the wheel of the AT&T virtual reality simulator Wednesday. "I used to do it A LOT," Burke said about texting behind the wheel after "crashing" the simulator, "but it's not safe at all". Like many teens who go through the simulator experience, he swore off texting while driving for good. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Drive Is Simulated…Dangers Of Texting Behind The Wheel Are Very Real

AT&T simulator changes teen ‘tudes about dangerous practice.

05/30/2012

Texting while driving. (Getty Images, Michael Krasowitz)

Texting While Driving is a Killer

“There’s a study that shows texting while driving decreases your reaction time eight times worse than being legally drunk.”

05/17/2012

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Renewed Call For Tougher Ban On Texting While Driving In MO

Bills seek to remove “21 & under” caveat, extend ban to all drivers.

04/24/2012

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Ill Lawmakers Debate New Cell Phone Restrictions

State Rep. Jerry Costello says lawmakers are cracking down on phone use while driving because it’s a new technology that presents new problems.

04/23/2012

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