Rules of the Road Stories
Most motorist will regularly get behind the wheel at night. However, most drivers then face the problem of headlights shining in their eyes.
These changes can be seen in the number of arrests officials have made. According to THP reports, between January 1 to July 31, 2011 there were 2,132 DUI-related arrests.
With the decline of Driver's Education classes in schools and the increase in texting and driving, Knoxville driving schools are packed full of new, young drivers.
Johnny Reed drives a school bus for Gentry School Bus Lines in Knoxville. He named the top three problems he notices while driving students to and from school.
As gas prices climb, hybrid vehicles continue to gain traction on East Tennessee roadways. But when the cars themselves slip and a driver is involved in an accident, the way emergency crews approach to the rescue can different from how they'd tackle a wreck involving a traditional gas-only automobile.
Teens in Roane County are working to discourage peers from drinking and driving.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated its guidelines for child safety seats. The most significant change is the age limit for keeping kids in rear facing car seats.
In Tennessee, drivers need 126 hours of instruction before applying and eventually driving a tractor trailer
A decade ago, Tennessee started the Graduated Driver License program, which places restrictions on teenage drivers from age 15, when they can earn a learner permit, to age 18, when they are eligible for the regular Class D license.
All across Knoxville traffic lights are completely out, or are flashing red and yellow. Many drivers might not remember what to do in these situations.The Knoxville Police Department encourages everyone to slow down.
If you're one of those drivers who likes to hog the left lane, there is something you should know.
One of the most popular stretches of road in East Tennessee, The Dragon has its own set of unwritten rules drivers follow as they brave several hundred hairpin turns on the North Carolina state-line.
Spring has sprung and that means more people are enjoying the nice weather and hopping on a bike.
New study shows lack of basic driving skills to blame for majority of teen wrecks.
Senior drivers are the fastest growing group of people behind the wheel these days. There are some things every driver needs to know about keeping mature drivers safe on the road and making the tough choice about when to stop driving.