App utilizes ‘carrot-not-the-stick approach’ to curb drivers’ phone use; prevent distracted driving

Would a Free Milkshake Get You to Ignore Your Phone While Driving?
The New York Times, February 27, 2020

Canadians rank distracted driving as biggest threat when it comes to road deaths, especially mobile-use: Research

40% of Canadians say distracted driving No. 1 threat of car deaths: survey
Toronto Sun, February 26, 2020

‘I’m asking that Alabamians call their Senators and Representatives and ask them to vote “YES” for HB74’ for the safety of everyone on the road: Op-Ed

Michelle Lunsford: Calling on Alabama legislators to pass a life-saving distracted driving bill
Alabama Today, February 26, 2020

‘If you own a car with partial automation, you do not own a self-driving car. Don’t pretend that you do’ — deadly distraction and overconfidence in car’s tech: Investigation

NTSB: Driver in fatal Tesla crash was playing video game
The Detroit News, February 25, 2020

Georgia House committee neuters HB 113’s proposed changes to bolster distracted driving law and fines-structure for violations of handheld ban

Panel revises Georgia distracted driving bill to reduce proposed fines
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 24, 2020

Beyond law enforcement, preventing distracted driving is ‘going to require cultural change and that’s why we want to engage the Hollywood community, again.’

New Massachusetts Distracted Driving Bill Takes Effect This Weekend
“Under The Radar,” WGBH, February 21, 2020

Should Saskatchewan’s steep, escalating, fines for violating handheld ban be available to being worked-off if it otherwise means losing between a tenth to a fifth of income?

Saskatchewan’s new distracted driving fines disproportionately punish people in poverty: professor
Global News, February 21, 2020