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Policy and law changes could reduce drunk driving

The problems drunk drivers cause on our Florida roads are well known. Drunk drivers have slower reaction times, have difficulty making decisions at highway speeds and have difficulty keeping their cars between the lines. They are a threat to the safety and well-being of every person on the road.

Infotainment systems grow increasingly distracting

You are driving along when you see a car approaching you that begins to cross into your lane. You are hoping the driver will correct his or her path, but you slow down anyway. Still, the car continues toward you, and you finally see the driver's smiling face, eyes cast downward. You know instantly that the driver is reading a text message. In the nick of time, the driver looks up and sees you, slams on the breaks and offers you a pathetic wave of apology.

Study looks at driving habits of elderly drivers

There are many elderly drivers on Florida roads, and there are people who believe these older drivers could increase the likelihood of an accident. Most people assume that elderly drivers have more trouble with vision and may have slower reaction times. In order to better understand elderly drivers and their abilities to drive, AAA recently looked into the driving habits of older people.

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