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Sharing the road with bicyclists and drivers continues to bring headaches in D.C.
Getting lost in thought can cause accidents.
A new study found that 1 in 3 drivers involved in deadly crashes have at least one drug in their system, and users behind the wheel are three times more likely to kill someone.
Drivers may be tempted when they hear their phone ding or buzz, but they'll have to resist even picking up the phone while driving in Maryland, or risk being pulled over.
Most commuters have seen it for themselves -- boorish driving behavior. But many are guilty of the same annoying tendencies they despise in other drivers.
After a near-collision brought about by one driver turning into traffic while talking on a cellphone, another driver takes matters into his own hands.
Long-distance drivers and highway travelers praise cruise control, but a recent study warns drivers may want to rethink its use.
Most of us drive a car because we have to get to work or run errands. We sit in traffic, honk and complain about how bad the other driver is. But what about driving for fun -- experiencing the thrill of taking a back road or just stopping to see something you've never seen before?
Stress is part of everyday life and according to a recent study, that everyday commute is a big factor.
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