Distracted driving survey by automaker finds US drivers more worried of distractions than ever — mobile devices most distracting; admittedly so: Research

Study: What Americans believe is biggest threat on the road
Detroit Free Press, April 16, 2019

Houston metro-area deemed most distracted behind the wheel by analytics app — panel calls for handheld ban in Texas

Tougher laws, technology needed to fight distracted driving epidemic, NTSB panel agrees
Houston Chronicle, April 11, 2019

Effectiveness of handheld ban beginning to be gleaned in Georgia: Research

NEW FINDINGS: Early evidence shows Georgia distracted-driving law makes a difference
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 10, 2019

Tennessee, Delaware, Wyoming, Texas, and Montana made for over 30 percent of road deaths due to phone-specific distracted driving (2015-16): Research

Pay attention to the road! Tennessee tops cellphone distracted driving deaths list
The Tennessean, March 6, 2019

Follow-up four-years later shows drivers’ mobile device-specific distraction is changing — manipulation: Survey

Risky phone use while driving is soaring, and it’s killing Americans, IIHS study finds
USA Today, January 24, 2019

Distracted driving of older (60+) drivers — though less common, instances bring more crashes and deaths: Research

Distracted driving: A booming threat to older drivers
The Sydney Morning Herald, December 3, 2018