THE car hurtled around the corner, on the wrong side of the road.
It was headed straight for me and the really big problem was that the driver was looking down and not at the road.
I was carrying precious cargo – my two young sons – and I realised if the oncoming driver didn’t look up soon I must take evasive action.
Author: Alice Gorman of the Gold Coast Bulletin
ALMOST half of Victorian motorists want a blanket ban on using mobile phones while driving, a road safety survey has found.Despite this, about 50 per cent of Australian drivers aged under 35 admitted to regularly texting, making calls or surfing the web while driving without hands free, according to the new Volvo Safety Index…
“Are you still going to make it today?” texted Brooke Richardson to a client while on her way to work.
Moments later, while travelling at 100km/h, the 20-year-old hairdresser hit a tree…
Author: Leesha McKenny of the Sydney Morning Herald