How closely should we monitor teenage drivers?

Only 1% of parents think that their teenager regularly sends or receives text messages while driving. The reality is that a full 26% of teens admit to this dangerous behavior, according to a new poll from The University of Michigan. In an AT&T survey of teens, 89% said they reply to a text message or… Learn More »

Generation Commute

The AARP Public Policy Institute recently released a comprehensive study of the baby boomers’ travel and commuting patterns over last 40 years. The conclusions: they buy more automobiles, drive their cars more often—and commute longer distances to work than any other generation. However, 8,000 of the generation’s elders are reaching retirement age every day. How… Learn More »