Car accidents involving teen drivers could be reduced in Tennessee and elsewhere by implementing later school start times, according to a new study. The study was recently published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. To reach their conclusions, researchers analyzed crash data involving teen drivers in Fairfax County, Virginia, over two separate school years.
Tennessee drivers probably know that no place can be entirely immune from car accidents. However, it may be beneficial to know which cities and which regions see the most accidents. This is where a report from Go Safe Labs comes in. Researchers at the San Francisco-based transportation nonprofit analyzed the 953,630 car crashes that occurred