The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) are giving out free donuts as part of their 'Donut' Disturb While Driving campaign, to make our roads a ‘hole’ lot safer.
Queensland drivers caught using their mobile phones while driving could soon be hit with a huge $1000 fine, as Australia cracks down on distracted driving.
New research shows that drivers may be willing to use phone apps that block the most distractions, but still want to be able to chat in hands free mode.
A comparative study from 2014 to 2018 found a 57 per cent increase in driver distraction due to manipulating a mobile phone in the hand.
New eye tracking technology will enable a car to identify if its driver is drunk, distracted or tired, and automatically intervene before disaster strikes.
New research shows man's best friend is adding to the problem of distracted driving, with 1 in 3 dog-owning drivers not safely restraining their dogs in the car.
A survey by Bicycle Network has found out just how often bike riders are spotting distracted driving and the impact it is having on riding.
Bicycle Network is preparing a submission for the National Transport Commission's review into distracted driving rules and we want your help.
Police on bicycles have proved yet again just how efficient they are at snaring distracted, selfish drivers.
A review into Australia's road rules regarding distracted driving that may result in a blanket ban on device use is gathering support.
24-year-old Emma Kent will spend nine months in jail and serve a community corrections order for killing bike rider Gareth Davies on Black Forest Drive.
An alarming new study has revealed that Australian drivers are distracted for nearly half of the time they are behind the wheel.
An increasing number of Victorians think they should be able to exceed speed limits, according to the latest TAC annual survey of the state’s motorists.
Two new cars have met ANCAP's upgraded five star safety standards that include greater protection for bike riders and pedestrians.
An alarming new study has found that people who drive are more concerned with the “fear of missing out” than by the fear of crashing while texting and driving.
Bicycle Network is calling for mandatory mobile phone intervention technology in cars to take devices out of the hands of drivers.
Mobile phone enforcement technology could soon become a reality, with NSW becoming the first Australian state to clear the way through legislation.
Using a phone while driving quadruples your risk of a crash, according to new research.
The AMA has called for tougher penalties for distracted drivers who use mobile phones, but also have some advice for bike riders.
A new report from the NRMA has found that one in five motorists have been involved in near-misses where the other driver was using a mobile phone at the same time.