Driving News Roundup: January 20, 2017

Driving News Roundup: January 20, 2017

In this week’s Roundup: -Napa, CA retires RLC— -Takata Airbag Recall Grows— -11 Police Groups agree to De-Escalate— -School Driver’s Ed might come back in Missouri– NMA’s Driving News Story of the Week Illinois: Easy money-Area red-light camera tickets a boon for clouted company Red-light cameras operated by Chicago-based SafeSpeed LLC have issued more than […]

An overgrown system

The reporter who called me seemed to have an exposé in mind. How could it be that so many people are found not guilty of traffic violations? Police in Massachusetts write nearly a million tickets per year. That’s about $150 million for government and more than that for the insurance industry. But hundreds of thousands […]

#346 NMA E-Newsletter Reboot: The “Gold Standard” for Red-Light Camera Accident Analysis

#346 NMA E-Newsletter Reboot: The “Gold Standard” for Red-Light Camera Accident Analysis

An E-Newsletter Reboot gives you another chance to read still relevant content from the National Motorists Association. NMA E-Newsletter #346 which first appeared on August 30, 2015 has some relevant information for those of you trying to understand all the statistics flying around with regards to red-light cameras. If you would like to receive our […]

Automotive democratization

Automotive democratization

Every new car (even the Nissan Versa sedan, the least expensive new car you can buy) comes standard with air conditioning — and most come standard with power windows and locks, too. Push-button keyless ignitions and cheerily glowing LCD touchscreens are becoming common and will likely soon be as expected (and standard) as AC and […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 16, 2017

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 16, 2017

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –OR Repeals Court rejects DUI wheelchair– –OH Supreme Court hears speed cam case– –UK traffic calming kills– Friday, January 13, 2017 Federal Appeals Court Upholds Ferrari Confiscation The Second Circuit US Court of Appeals upheld the government’s confiscation of James B. Ferrari’s Ferrari in a ruling last week. Officials in […]