U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will provide details tomorrow on steps the government will take to address distracted driving, a phenomenon costing nearly 6,000 lives and more than 500,000 injuries last year. “In the meantime, I want to remind everyone we cannot rely on legal action only, because in reality you can’t legislate behavior,” LaHood says during opening remarks at an historic, 2-day distracted driving summit in Washington. “And there aren’t enough police ...
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