Government Wants More Complaints On Auto Safety From U.S. DriversThe U.S. government wants more people to complain about auto safety problems.
Reducing Commuter Shuttle Stops In San Francisco May Mean More DriversReducing the number of designated commuter shuttle stops could cause many passengers to give up on shuttles and drive, adding more cars to the road, new study finds.
Fatal Crashes Involving Teen Drivers SpikeLast year saw a ten percent spike in the number of fatal teen car crashes across the U.S.
Drivers Breaking 3-Foot Rule For Passing Bicyclists Rarely Ticketed; Collisions Up DramaticallyTwo years after California passed a law requiring drivers to give bicyclists at least three feet of space when passing, few motorists seem to be aware of the law, and enforcement of it is spotty, at best.
Uber Drivers Must Resolve Claims Without Class Action Lawsuits, Court RulesA federal appeals court ruled that most claims by Uber drivers against the ride-booking company must be resolved in arbitration.
Yosemite National Park Experimenting With Traffic Changes To Protect Wildlife, Ease CongestionThere are some changes coming for drivers visiting Yosemite National Park.
Judge Rejects $100M Settlement In Key Case With Uber DriversA federal judge has rejected a legal settlement that would have divided up to $100 million among about 380,000 Uber drivers.
Golden Gate Bridge Crossings Up 1-Million Last YearMore than a million more people drove over the Golden Gate Bridge last year, compared with the year before.
Fewer 16-Year-Old Drivers Hitting California's Roads Than Just 15 Years AgoTeenagers aren’t taking to the roads like they used to.
8 Out Of 10 Drivers Admit To Road Rage In AAA StudyThe AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says nearly 8 out of 10 U.S. drivers it surveyed admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the previous year.
'Dangerous' Behavior On The Rise As Traffic Citations Drop In San FranciscoSan Francisco Police issued fewer traffic citations so far this year compared to last year, but more drivers are being cited for bad driving habits.
Lyft Doubles Settlement With California Drivers, Now $27 MillionLyft Inc. and lawyers for drivers of the ride-booking service on Wednesday proposed a revised $27 million settlement of a federal lawsuit filed in San Francisco by drivers.

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