Friday, September 19th, 2014

<b>T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Ticket</b> Price Increase Next Week

T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Ticket Price Increase Next Week

If you haven’t purchased your T. R. A. F. F. I. C. conference ticket yet, be aware that the [Read more]

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Reckless Driving, Car Accidents and Auto Insurance: re-visited

Reckless Driving, Car Accidents and Auto Insurance: re-visited

Approximately, six million accidents occur every year in the US alone. And because automobile accidents are inevitable, you or someone you know may have been involved in a car accident at some point.  In all fifty States, a liability insurance covered by a licensed Auto insurer is a requirement for each Driver. In the event that a person gets injured in a car accident, this insurance may compensate him or her. [Read more]

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6 Tips To Fighting Reckless Driving in Court

6 Tips To Fighting Reckless Driving in Court

If you have received a charge of reckless driving, this is a serious offense that needs to be addressed with the utmost care and efficiency.

Reckless Driving:

How Serious is a Reckless driving charge?
When you are charged with reckless driving, this is a much more serious offense than something such as speeding or failing to stop at a stop sign. [Read more]

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Rensselaer County judge removed from the bench for fixing <b>speeding tickets</b>

Rensselaer County judge removed from the bench for fixing speeding tickets

Alerts – Traffic Ticket

In a decision released Thursday, the commission said East Greenbush Town Justice Diane Schilling improperly intervened in the disposition of a speeding ticket issued to the wife of another town judge in 2009. Four years earlier, the commission said she
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Highway 520 Bridge

Highway 520 Bridge

Alerts – state traffic law

And in other tolling news: The state now says it’s expecting only about half — $200 million — of what it originally planned to bring in by tolling the Highway 99 tunnel. Traffic has been increasing on I-90 on Thursday afternoon, while Highway 520 Full Article Here

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U.S. safety regulators urge states to ban texting — or even hands-free

Hands-free or not, the use of cell phones, smartphones and other portable electronic devices while driving is so dangerous that every state should ban their use by anyone getting behind the wheel, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday. [Read more]

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