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During Teen Driver Safety Week, Teens and Parents Reminded of Safe Driving Behaviors
Marylanders are encouraged to drive safely, avoid distractions and always use seat belts.
Cell phones are one of the biggest causes of distracted driving. Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for five seconds. At 55 mph, that’s like…
In 2021, 80 Passengers Were Killed in Motor Vehicle Crashes;
National Passenger Safety Week Encourages Riders to Speak Up for Safety
Many people spend at least part of their workday in a car. Their work may involve driving as part of their job responsibilities or they commute to their workplace. Drivers…
While driving, anything that takes your eyes off the road, your hands off the wheel, or your mind off driving is dangerous. Distracted driving is most often associated with cellphones…
Texting is one of the most distracting tasks you can perform while driving because it involves visual, manual, and cognitive distractions. Despite this, many people cannot resist the temptation to…
More than $12 million in Highway Safety Grants awarded by the Hogan Administration in 2021
Motorists are reminded to follow the rules of the road and practice safe driving
Will Fund Efforts to Eliminate Fatalities on Maryland Roadways
Crash data for 2022 and 2021 are preliminary. All crash data is subject to change.