More than a million Indiana residents will travel 50 miles or more from home over Fourth of July weekend.
The law allows police to issue a $500 ticket to left lane drivers who are going the speed limit and reasonably know a car behind them is trying to pass.
Two lawmakers have introduced bills banning phone calls while driving, unless drivers are using hands-free technology.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says texting while driving is a more pervasive problem than many people realize.
Monroe County officials say they will not have a repeat of last year when they ran out of salt for the roads.
State police have issued 25 citations and 24 warnings for texting while driving since the law went into effect in July.
Because of their variety, the new bills impact virtually everyone in some way.
The Clean Cities program works with both private and public groups to help them find the best solution for their situation.
Wednesday has been declared a day to focus on public transit, instead of less green personal alternatives which consume more fuel.
Indiana residents can now use the free online service, saving them $4 per record.