After recently recalling nearly 7 million vehicles due to various defects, General Motors (GM) notified car owners to get the faulty auto parts fixed— free of charge. However, experts suspect that hundreds of thousands of these unsafe vehicles will never be brought in for repairs.
Texting while driving has been against the law in Pennsylvania for the last two years. Since PA’s texting ban has taken effect, the majority of police agree that while the law may be good in theory, it is very tough to enforce out on the roadways.
Bright orange traffic cones, the distant drone of industrial machinery, unexpected traffic delays—all signs indicate that construction season in Pennsylvania is now in full swing. Although this time of the year can be frustrating, PennDOT urges that drivers remain calm while passing through work zones to help keep their fellow Pennsylvanians safe.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is living up to its name—members of the nonprofit were shocked after a mother’s social host charge was dropped, as long as she agreed to make a $5,000 contribution to their group. MADD members were so outraged that they refused to accept the court-ordered donation.
April is National Distracted Driving Month, and the Department of Transportation recently announced a national advertising campaign in honor of the event. The first-of-its-kind campaign combines graphic advertisements with heightened efforts by law enforcement to scare young people from driving while distracted.