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Red light cameras are having a dramatic impact when it comes to reducing the number of fatal crashes at intersections, says a new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The WTOP listening area may have the worst driving commute in the country but it isn't all bad news out there. A study indicates D.C. roads are among the nation's safest.
AAA Mid Atlantic is warning drivers to be extra careful behind the wheel as they adjust to having less light during their evening commutes.
Statistics provided to WTOP from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety highlight which gender is legitimately dangerous behind the wheel.
Whether you love them or hate them, red light cameras have become a fixture in the D.C. region and all across the country.
New technology designed to keep drivers focused on the road could prevent you from using your phone while driving.
Tags: distracted driving