Police: Uber Driver Hits Passenger With Bat After Being Told He's Going Wrong WayAn Uber driver in Tennessee didn't react well to being told he was driving the wrong way and allegedly hit his passenger with a baseball bat.
AAA Study: Drowsy Driving Can Be As Dangerous As Drunk DrivingThere is a new report that indicates not getting enough sleep and climbing behind the wheel of your car is about the same as having a drink or two and driving.
Pennsylvania Texting While Driving Law Nearly UnenforceableA loophole in Pennsylvania’s texting while driving law makes it nearly unenforceable for police officers.
Saudi Arabia To Allow Women To Drive For The First TimeSaudi Arabia on Tuesday announced that women will be allowed to drive for the first time in the ultra-conservative kingdom next summer, fulfilling a key demand of women's rights activists who faced detention for defying the ban.
PennDOT Video Shows Drivers How To Navigate RoundaboutsMore than a dozen new roundabouts are being built in Pennsylvania, and PennDOT officials want to make sure you know how to use them.
Survey Finds 80% Of Drivers Have Experienced Road Rage Over The Last YearA new survey by AAA estimates that 80 percent of drivers have taken part in some form of "road rage.”
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Warren Buffett: Car Insurance Rates Going Up Due To Distracted DrivingAre your car insurance rates going up?
Study: 1 in 7 Drivers Suffer Memory Blanks Behind The WheelHaving trouble remembering all the details of your drive to work today? Turns out you might not be alone.
Cops Cracking Down On Slow Drivers In The Fast LaneDozens of states are now cracking down on drivers going too slow in the fast lane.
New Study Shows Dangers Of One Way StreetsPittsburgh has plenty of one way streets a new study shows their dangers and it's not why you may think.
Keystone Oaks HS Hosts Safe Driving Forum Ahead Of Prom SeasonProm season is just around the corner for thousands of area high school students.