It’s not often that we hear of people being refunded for breaking the law, but that’s what is happening in Toledo, Ohio. In actuality, many of these people didn’t break the law, but were accused of doing so. Here’s what happened.
They serve our country in some of the worst war-torn areas of the world, only to come home and face difficulties. When a veteran loses their legal ability to drive, their lives can quickly take a downward spiral. A court in Suffolk County is trying to come to the aid … Read More
Some people think that if they receive a traffic citation, they should be able to have it “handled” if they have friends in high places. Unfortunately, a judge in central New York is on the hook for trying to fix a ticket for an acquaintance.
Earlier in June, we shared a story of a phishing scam occurring in New York that advised email recipients of phony traffic charges. The email scam has made its way outside of New York and into other states including, most recently, Virginia.
Officials in the state say that the email … Read More
A busy section of road in the east Bronx may soon be home to a speed camera. Morris Park Avenue is a frequent hot spot for speeders, making it necessary for officials to increase safety in the area. One way that is being considered is by installing a speed … Read More
Unlike other some other states in the nation, New York has no requirement when it comes to age and rear-facing child seats. If a new bill becomes law, children under 2 years of age would have to be placed in a rear-facing seat or drivers would face a citation. … Read More
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.