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New technology to monitor blood alcohol content

Drivers across Missouri know the dangers of having drunk drivers on the roads. New technological advances are being made in monitoring systems that can tell whether or not a person has been drinking before they get into a car, which can hopefully reduce the number of drunk drivers who are behind the wheel.

Studies disagree on whether ride-sharing reduces drunk driving

For many in Missouri, the availability of ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber has been a helpful convenience for a night out with friends. While some studies credit the services with spurring a decrease in drunk driving, others are not so conclusive.

Follow these safety tips for Trick or Treating

October means trips to the pumpkin patch and caramel apples are in season. It also means that Halloween is just around the corner. Soon, costumes, decorations, tricks and treats will be everywhere you look. Halloween is fun for you and your children, but it also poses extra risks on the streets. Studies show that Halloween is one of the most fatal days for pedestrians. Motorists and trick-or-treating families can do their part to help avoid car accidents.

Remind Teens about hazardous weather conditions while driving

August is coming to an end. This means that fall will be here soon. As a Missourian, you know this means the weather will change. Midwestern weather often changes quickly and unexpectedly. You know that one day can feel like summer, the next like fall and then it can jump back to sunny and warm. You also know that wind, rain and snow will soon become a threat.

Most Drivers Think Texting Should Be Illegal, Yet Still Do It

According to a recent survey, 64 percent of 18- to 34-year-old drivers felt that texting or looking at a phone while driving is probably the most common cause of traffic accidents. Nevertheless, 62 percent of the same group are confident in their ability to text and drive safely.

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