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

Device-makers; wireless tech skirt suits in US — harsh precedent for victims’ families: ‘product manufacturers are not liable for distracted driving accidents’

Apple Has Swatted Away Distracted Driving Lawsuits Without Much Trouble So Far
FairWarning, February 27, 2019

Safety claims of automated steering discredited — independent data review shows U.S. agency’s flawed methodology inflated improvement

In 2017, the feds said Tesla Autopilot cut crashes 40% — that was bogus
ArsTechnica, February 13, 2019

Thirteen pedestrians struck and killed each day in US over decade through 2017 — nearly 50,000: Report

Florida Is The Most Dangerous State For Pedestrians In The U.S., Report Finds
“Here & Now,” WBUR and NPR, January 31, 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

Australia’s road deaths dropped by over 6 percent — Victoria had largest reduction; only Capitol and Northern territories had increase

78 fewer road fatalities as road toll improves, finds BITRE figures
The Sydney Morning Herald, January 17, 2019