$5,000 in anti-texting scholarships available to Michigan students
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. - A $5,000 scholarship is being offered to Michigan high school students who create the best persuasive video, tweet or graphic to convince young drivers to reduce distractions while driving. Kelseys Law Distracted Driving Awareness Scholarship is run by Michigan Auto Law and was named after Kelsey Raffaele of Sault Ste. The scholarship application requirements are:Open to high school graduates Class of 2019 and high school seniors, Class of 2020, who attended or are attending any public or private Michigan high school (finalists will need to provide proof of enrollment with a student I.D. or transcript)Michigan resident with a valid Michigan drivers license. The best overall submission will win a $2,000 scholarship; best video submission, $1,500; best graphic submission $1,000; and best tweet submission $500.
The majority of Michigan's most dangerous roundabouts are in Oakland County
OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. - Oakland County has the bulk of Michigan's most dangerous roundabouts, according to data from Michigan Auto Law. RELATED: How to properly use roundaboutsThe roundabout at Orchard Lake Road at 14 Mile Road topped the list. There are no plans to change the Orchard Lake Road at 14 Mile Road roundabout. Michigan's most dangerous roundabouts in 2018:1. Farmington Road at 14 Mile Road in Farmington Hills/West BloomfieldCrashes: 49, Crashes w/ injuries: 810.