Do you sometimes skip out on using your turn signal? Do you brake suddenly if someone tailgates you? Well if you do, you could be contributing to the Palmetto State’s newest label. A new survey says South Carolina drivers are among the rudest in the country. Drivers in all 50 states were asked questions like – “how often do you…
Qualified drivers in South Carolina with suspended licenses may be eligible to have them reinstated this week. The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will hold Driver Suspension Eligibility Week from March 13 – 17. During the event, drivers who have lost their driving privileges may be able to reduce or clear the remaining time of their suspensions. Drivers with…
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WFXB) – If you ever get frustrated behind the wheel here in the Palmetto State, it turns out…you’re not alone. A recent study ranks South Carolina drivers third worst in nation. According CarInsuranceComparison.com, South Carolina has been ranked the highest in careless driving, speeding and driving-related fatalities. The AAA says South Carolina has a high number of…
A new state law, signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday, mandates that teachers dedicate instruction time to ensuring that students learn what to do and what not to do when they are pulled over by the police.
Fake Funeral Home Posts "Text and Drive" Billboard
A Canadian company is causing a lot of emotion online from its billboard that reads “Text and Drive”. The billboard is from a fake-funeral home, and is actually meant to be a PSA against texting and driving. Greg and Abbi explain why such a dramatic measure could save lives when it comes to texting and driving.
U.K. Is Fining Drivers For Parking On Curb
If you’re not the best at parallel parking, you may not want to head to the United Kingdom. Drivers who park on the curb could get fined up to $80. Officials say they want to encourage people to walk more. Greg and Abbi discuss if this rule would land them in trouble.
Drivers in accidents could risk losing license for refusing to submit phone to testing
New York proposes bill to allow police to use ‘textalyzer’ to access smartphones. The bill would give police permission to use the device to search any portable device at car crash scene to determine if it was used at time of accident.
Some drivers will be getting a second chance. This week is driver amnesty week in South Carolina, a time when drivers with certain kinds of license suspensions may apply to have suspension time reduced or cleared.
Tyler hit the street to find out what your least favorite things about driving is.