A survey of close to 150,000 adults in 19 states and the District of Columbia found that nearly 4% of respondents reported they had fallen asleep while driving at least once in the previous 30 days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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As red light camera programs in communities across the nation have declined, deaths in red-light-running crashes increased from 696 in 2012 to 811 in 2016 representing a 17% increase according to an Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) analysis.

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When asked whether it’s better to be passive or aggressive behind the wheel, 74% of women and 69% of men or a total of 71% of U.S. drivers believe passive driving is safest, according to a recent survey by Quoted.

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With an increased focus on distracted driving, states are cracking down on enforcement of this dangerous activity. Distracted driving is not limited to only cell phone usage; it can include talking with passengers instead of keeping your eyes on the road, eating while driving, looking for the right radio station and any other activity that takes your focus off the road.

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