A ridiculously high 77% of young adults believe that they can safely text and drive. A Belgian driving instructor taught his kids that this belief is not true... by not only letting them text while behind the wheel, but by requiring them to do so! See the video here.
The state of the great American teenager may be driving most of us crazy, but a new study indicates that may be all they are driving – as today’s teens appear to be trading in sets of wheels for two solid thumbs.
Researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute say that nearly a third of 19 year olds living in the United States haven’t even attempted to get a drivers lic
There's a new phone service that could be a parent's dream! Mom/Dad will soon be able to read their children's text messages, control who they speak to and turn their phones on or off – no matter where they are.
Mobile company Bemilo has created the service, which will run on the Vodafone network. It will rollout in the UK, but no word on the states.
A new study found that people are more likely to tell the truth over a text message than in a voice interview.
Does this mean that all you have to do when you need to know the truth is send a text? Probably not, because liars will be liars, but it definitely shows that people are more likely to give up sensitive information over a text message.
Texting and driving is illegal for a reason, because it's impossible to do safely! Most people think they can handle both things at the same time, but when a few teens are put to the test, they realize maybe they can't.