In 2019, distracted driving was a reported factor in 8.5 percent of fatal motor vehicle crashes.
Deaths from falls are increasing sharply among elderly Americans.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says we must recognize the dangers of teen drinking and driving and that teen drivers are at a much greater risk of crashing after drinking alcohol than adult drivers.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) wants everyone to know that driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs is illegal. Drivers are also at risk of injuring themselves, passengers, and/or others should they choose to drive drunk and/or drugged.
Every year, switching to Daylight Saving Time causes more incidents of fatal car accidents, heart attacks, and strokes.
Teens usually count the days until they are eligible to start driving. It is a “rite of passage” for young people and a time parents often enter with trepidation.