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Arizona police went into anti-drunk driving over-drive for the holidays and it saw some big results. Beginning on Nov. 24 of last year, the Arizona Holiday DUI Task Force conducted more than 55,000 traffic stops in their search for drivers who had a few drinks before getting behind the wheel. As a result more than …

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Now that the war in Iraq is at an end, thousands of soldiers will be coming to the spouses; boyfriends and girlfriends; families and life they left behind. With so many soldiers returning to the United States, you can expect that at least a few thousand of these soldiers will be coming home to California. …

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It sounds ludicrous at first, but so did Earth Shoes, car phones and kiwi as a garnish. In keeping with its commitment of promoting driver safety and providing the state’s motorists with enhanced customer conveniences Arizona Supreme Court approved Improv Traffic School, an online humor-based defensive driving program, for Arizona drivers who are cited for …

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Safe Driving Does Make A Difference If you have ever wondered whether defensive driving really makes any difference, wonder no more. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said this week that the number of traffic fatalities last year is the lowest on record. With 32,885 traffic related deaths last year, the NHTSA said the number …

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Distracted Driving Kills You don’t need to look far to find evidence that distracted driving leads to increased rashes. Anyone who has successfully completed an online traffic school knows just how dangerous it is to lose focus while you are behind the wheel. Anything that distracts you from the effort of driving; takes your eyes …

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Distracted Driving Is Dangerous Driving National Transportation Safety Board this week released a report recommending a complete and total ban on the use of cell phones while driving.  The ban would include wired, wireless, hands-free devices and texting devices, but would not include the use of such devices by passengers in an automobile. According to …

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NY Cracks Down on Distracted Drivers

Governor Cuomo Signs Law Strengthening Enforcement Against Drivers Caught Using Handheld Electronic Devices New Legislation Makes Using Handheld Electronic Devices while Driving a Primary Traffic Offense; Additional Regulation will Increase Penalty from 2 Points to 3 Points for Cell Phone and Electronic Device Usage While Driving Albany, NY (July 12, 2011) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo …

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Related topics: Traffic School,  Defensive Driving School What used to be a thing of fantasy or science fiction is now on a fast track of becoming a reality. More and more cars now have “smart car” features, ranging from sophisticated navigation systems to smart braking controls.  These “smart” technologies include: electronic stability control systems  to …

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The star from the original Melrose Place continues to make headlines following her DUI car crash last June in New Jersey, which resulted in the death another motorist. Amy Locane-Bovenizer is facing manslaughter charges. The 39-year-old mother of two pleaded not guilty to aggravated manslaughter and assault by auto charges, reports say. Somerset County prosecutors …

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Insurance Reduction for New York Drivers

New York Drivers pay some of the highest insurance rates in the country. However they are also fortunate to live in a state which is one of the very few in the nation that mandates insurance companies to reduce drivers premium.

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This innocent sheet of paper contained two seemingly “valuable” add-ons, adding $600 to the sticker price of the vehicle. In the industry, this list of add-ons is called the “supplemental sticker ” We call it the “rip-off sticker”, you judge for yourself.

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