238 Blog Posts From the DUI/DWI Tag


Acting tough

Like Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney spent decades running for president and lost. Part of his plan was to appear tough on crime with a capital punishment bill so narrowly drafted that it would never be used (and so could never be used against him). Lawmakers rejected his bill and positioned themselves as tough on drunk […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: April 17, 2017

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: April 17, 2017

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Dim tail lights are now a crime in MI– –New Miami, OH fights RLC refund– –Driveway Taxes no more in KS– Friday, April 14, 2017 Michigan Appeals Court Turns Dim Tail Lights Into A Crime A three-judge panel of the Michigan Court of Appeals decided Tuesday to expand the ability […]

Driving News Roundup: April 7, 2017

Driving News Roundup: April 7, 2017

In this week’s Driving News Roundup:  –DOJ Orders Review of Agreements with Police Depts.— –Baltimore relaunches Speed Cams— –Use of Driver’s License Info for tax returns troubling— –Montana Passes ALPR reform– NMA’s Driving News Story of the Week  Minority Neighborhoods Pay Higher Car Insurance Premiums than White Areas with the Same Risk Pro Publica’s analysis […]

Are Women Bad Drivers?

Are Women Bad Drivers?

The notion that women are awful drivers has been in existence for a long time. Not only does the gender inequality present itself in the workplace but also on the highway. Women are perceived to be appalling drivers and if there is someone in front of you making a sudden move or changing lanes without […]

Tips for Driving Your First Solo Trip Alone Cross-Country

Tips for Driving Your First Solo Trip Alone Cross-Country

Headed for your first solo road trip cross-country? Don’t leave home without having read this article. Learn how to avoid traffic, save money and more importantly, how to stay awake and arrive safe on your first solo trip. Before Setting Off Before setting off cross-country, the first thing you must do is be certain your […]