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Speeding, drinking and driving late at night are more likely to occur among 16- and 17-year-old teen drivers as the number of their teenage passengers increases, a study by AAA says.
Laws adding requirements for silver drivers seeking to renew their license vary in the D.C. Metro area.
Do you have a spare tire? No, we are not talking about your waist, we are talking about what's in your car's trunk. Before you set off on a winter driving trip, you may want to take a look in the trunk and see how your vehicle is equipped.
A new study shows that those with major driving violations have an 70 percent higher mortality rate compared with overall mortality rates.
The youngest drivers tend to think it's possible to drive safely while distracted.
A head-turning car designed by college students gets 3,000 miles per gallon, enough to drive across the country on a single tank of gas.
It used to be that getting a driver's license was a right of passage for teenagers -- but fewer and fewer teens are rushing to get behind the wheel.
A rule is changing that's been around since the invention of the wheel.
More and more cars have odometers with 200,000 miles on them.
Winter might be delayed, but it is certainly coming. In preparation, here are some tips for staying safe on the road.