Distraction was biggest killer (again) on New Jersey roads in 2018 — driver’s cellphone-use caused the most crashes

Making a call, texting, and drinking coffee killed the most drivers last year in N.J.
N.J.com, December 28, 2019

Costly conviction — study shows how much Canadian distracted drivers can expect their insurance premium to increase to with distracted driving on their driving record

Toronto
Expect to pay higher insurance premiums for distracted driving
Toronto Sun, December 8, 2019

Calgary
In Alberta, a single distracted driving conviction could cost you hundreds each year
Edmonton Journal, December 6, 2019

Pedestrian fatalities and the frustratingly complex turnabout of trends undoing road safety-gains across the globe; amidst promise of tech-fix: Essay

Collision course: why are cars killing more and more pedestrians?
The Guardian, October 3, 2019

Telematics and $20,000 to safely navigate the hectic highways and frantic freeways of L.A.s car-centric culture with “big brother” watching

Here She Is, the Safest Driver in Los Angeles
The New York Times, October 1, 2019

More of US population killed by Big Three of deadliest crash-factors — speed, impaired or distracted driving — (from 2000 to 2018) than died in both World Wars, combined

More Americans have died in car crashes since 2000 than in both World Wars
The Washington Post, July 21, 2019

Report gives recipe for zero fatalities on U.S. roads by 2050: Research

The Road to Zero: A Vision for Achieving Zero Roadway Deaths by 2050
RAND Review, July-August 2019