Distracted Driving News
Vehicle 'infotainment' systems may increase distracted driving , AAA says
New so-called "infotainment" systems in cars may distract drivers for "potentially dangerous periods of time," AAA said in a study released today. Drivers that used systems' voice commands and touch screens to program GPS were distracted for an average of about 40 seconds, according to the
Infotainment in cars increases distracted driving : Study
Just two seconds of your eyes off the road doubles the chance of a crash, and GPS may be the heaviest cognitive drain, according to a new study from AAA and the University of Utah.
GPS dangers for drivers
AAA says that navigation systems contribute to distracted driving more than texting.
Privacy debate emerges over 'textalyzer' devices
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Nissan prototype attempts to prevent distracted driving
Nissan is likely to install a mobile phone 'prison' that would block cellular and Wi-Fi signals into new vehicles.
A look inside Boeing's new space capsule
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to Boeing engineer about the new Starliner space capsule and new space suit design.
Moments before tragic church bus crash in Texas revealed in video
The driver of the pick-up truck can be seen swerving across lanes; he admitted to texting while driving.
Family Sues Apple, Claiming FaceTime Distracted Driver in Crash That Killed 5-Year-Old Daughter
A Texas couple is suing Apple , claiming that its FaceTime app distracted a driver who rammed into the couple's car, killing their 5-year-old daughter. Parents James and Bethany Modisette are suing Apple for damages on the basis that the electronics giant failed to install and implement a "safer,
Wisconsin High School Uses Controversial Method to Warn Students About Safe Driving
Students were told that four teens died while texting and driving, then the school revealed the fake stunt.
School Scares Students in Lesson About Texting and Driving
Wisconsin high school told students that four teens were killed while texting and driving just to scare them and teach a lesson.