Should Big Brother Ban Drop-outs From Driving?

Driving privileges and high school diplomas are two different things right now, but there are lawmakers in a few states who think that they should have the right to dictate otherwise. Lawmakers in Georgia, Massachusetts, Texas, New York and Michigan, think that they have nothing better to do than thrust themselves further into the realm…Continue Reading

Distracted and Impaired Driving Are A Teen’s Worst Enemy

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently released a report based on data gleaned from the Fatality Analysis Report System (FARS). Accident reports from 2004 to 2008 showed that 37 percent of more than 11,000 crash deaths during that four-year span were drivers aged 16 or 17.…Continue Reading

Tennessee Cracking Down on Uninsured Motorists

According to an Insurance Research Council (IRC) study from 2006, 21% of Tennessee drivers do not have an auto insurance policy that meets state guidelines.  That means more than 1 in 5 TN motorists are uninsured or underinsured – the 6th worst rate in the nation!  Finally, lawmakers are taking note, stepping up, and proposing…Continue Reading