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

NSW pilot of camera-tech to enforce handheld ban drew legal concerns; reveals need to ‘balance the individual right to privacy against the public interest in relation to road safety’

High-tech cameras to nab motorists catch eye of Privacy Commissioner
The Sydney Morning Herald, July 18, 2019

Massachusetts RMV scandal — number of dangerous drivers whose license should have been suspended/revoked for out-of-state infractions doubles to more than 1,600

RMV suspends hundreds more Mass. licenses amid internal review
The Boston Globe, July 12, 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

Review of deadly crash reveals scandalous failure of Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles to track out-of-state violations and suspend licenses of dangerous drivers

In wake of deadly crash, Mass. suspends more than 500 licenses
The Boston Globe, July 1, 2019

Technology is double-edged sword when it comes to what is giving rise to US auto insurance-rates

That Texting-While-Driving Ticket Can Also Lead to a Car Insurance Penalty
The New York Times, June 28, 2019

With handheld ban for all drivers set for July, ‘Hands Free Tennessee’ launched — campaign offers primer on new law

Cellphone ban: Everything you need to know about new Tennessee distracted driving law
The Tennessean, June 14, 2019