Young drivers aren’t alone in behaving badly on U.S. roads, a trend that could be contributing to a spike in highway deaths there.
Well over half of drivers in every age group have texted behind the wheel, run a red light or driven faster than the speed limit in the last 30 days, according to a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.Younger drivers are the worst offenders.
A crash test video comparison between cars built 20 years apart demonstrates dramatically the improvements made in car safety over that time.
Carmakers looking to lock in a five-star safety score ahead of significantly stricter requirements are racing to book cars in for crash testing before 2018.
By AA Motoring
Knowing when to change your car is always a hot discussion topic among AA members. Stories vary and individual situations can get complex.
Typically, its things such as a car’s age, mileage and reliability that we associate with the need for a change, but other signs may crop up, suggesting that it’s a good time for you and your car to part ways.
As New Zealand's driving population ages, police are calling on families to be vigilant and step in and stop elderly loved ones who might pose a risk on the roads.
Figures released to Fairfax Media by the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) under the Official Information Act show rising numbers of older drivers hold a full licence in New Zealand.
A motorway from Auckland to Whangarei has been flagged by Transport Minister Simon Bridges.
Speaking at today's sod turning to mark the start of the $709.5 million Puhoi to Warkworth motorway, Bridges said over time the motorway would extend to Whangarei, a distance of 162km.
Fewer people aged under 40 are learning to drive, new statistics show.
A driver on Brisbane's Centenary Motorway veers across the highway and collides with a road barrier after allegedly falling asleep.
Young drivers who crash while driving in breach of their licence will find their insurance claims turned down, the Insurance and Financial Services Ombudsman has warned.
Ombudsman Karen Stevens said her office frequently received complaints about declined claims involving accidents where the driver was in breach of their licence.
The Government reveals its plans to crack down on drink drivers by making alcohol interlocks mandatory for the country's worst offenders.
New Zealand's worst drink-drivers will soon be forced to have devices installed in their cars which stop them from driving over the limit.
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