Social media is an outlet for some and a way to get news for others. Some check their social media accounts when they remember to do so, and others check their accounts multiple times daily. No matter how you use social media or what your reasons are for doing so, … Read More
The city of Riverhead recently undertook a two-week campaign urging citizens to secure their seat belts. Called “Buckle Up New York,” the campaign ran from May 22 through June. There were safety checkpoints held four times during the day and one checkpoint held at night. As a result of the … Read More
The New York Department of Motor Vehicles released information last week in an attempt to warn citizens of a new scam. The phishing scam involves emails claiming that the recipients license will be revoked if they don’t take care of their outstanding tickets. Here is what the email says:
If you are like most people, you don’t keep a close eye on your license plates. You assume that they are in place, if you even give them a thought at all. After reading about this story in New York, you may find yourself checking your plates more often.
If you are a commercial delivery person in New York, or any other rider, you better hope that your bicycle is only powered by your own two feet. The state of New York does not distinguish E-bikes from scooters and, as such, people are facing serious fines and, worse, the … Read More
Some people make the choice not to pay a traffic ticket. They assume that it may catch up with them one day, but assume that they will only be made to pay the ticket. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case for an Ohio woman who failed to pay a ticket she … Read More
Chances are, you took your driver’s license test many years ago. Even now, you know the general rules of the road — at least enough to stay safe. Sure, you remember what a stop sign looks like, but do you know how long you have to stop at one?
If you have unpaid traffic tickets in California, you may have just missed the deadline to take advantage of the state’s amnesty program. Officials understand that some people don’t pay traffic tickets because they simply can’t afford to, so they wanted to make it easier. An amnesty program was started … Read More
Late in 2015, the South Dakota legislature passed a funding bill after slipping in an amendment raising the top speed limit in the state to 80 mph. Because the amendment was slipped in, there was very little discussion about it.
In under a month, speed limit signs that depicted the … Read More
A bill has been introduced in Denver that would ease the penalties drivers face when they fail to pay traffic citations. That bill is slowly working its way through the state legislature. House Bill 1162 has made it over the first hurdle in the House Judiciary Committee and is being … Read More