Adult Women Have the Worst Road Rage in Texas
What is the worst spot for road rage around Lufkin?  That spot where South 1st and South Timberland come together?  Somewhere along Business 59?  Everywhere?
Whether it's a residential street, a highway, or a parking lot, a new study says women are hit the hardest by road rage. &n…
Today Is The Worst Day to Travel
If you're hitting the road this afternoon, there's one specific 3-hour window where you might find yourself stuck in traffic and wishing you had left earlier.  Like yesterday.  It's the peak travel time for the entire holiday driving period, and here's the hea…
Another Texas City Bans Texting and Driving
It's not just texting and driving that Austin is banning, but talking on the cell phone in the car too if the phone is up to the ear.  And if a police officer catches drivers or bicyclists tapping on an app while moving, they can be cited.
Hands-free devices are okay, but even mobile device…
Drivers Drive Other Drivers Crazy!
I took an informal Facebook poll yesterday and asked for things that drive you crazy on the road.  It was inspired by the new research that says women most often fail driving tests over problems with parking, and men fail over reckless driving issues.
Here's what Facebook revealed about the…
Both Genders Think Their Driving Skills Are Tops
Whew!  We made it through the holiday weekend traffic jams.  It definitely seemed like there were plenty more people on Highway 59 over the three-day weekend, and Loop 287 too.  Everybody was out camping, fishing, or doing something else that put them in our way on the roads.
Did you notice any bad d…
Driving + Texting Debate Heats Up at Texas Capitol
This one may get your blood boiling, since you can see, first hand, the impact of accidents associated with "texting while driving".
My drive to work is barely noticeable at 3.2 miles, yet three stop lights make it advantageous for me to peruse my fellow commuters.
Number of Uninsured Drivers in Texas Drops in 2012
Again, I'm not really a statistics guy, and readily admit that percentages of  some arbitrary poll excite me about as much as waiting for a  five mile-per-hour, 100 car train to pass through a highway crossing, when I'm already tardy for an appointment.
But, I was pleasantly surprised to hear, that u…

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