The Unavoidable Turn Signal Traffic Ticket?

Written by Gregory Monte. This post is a follow-up to yesterday’s discussion of proper use of a turn signal: Now This Would Be a Silly Ticket …  In that post, I discussed the requirement to use a turn signal even when: In a right (or left) turn only lane At the end of a road which with … Continue reading The Unavoidable Turn Signal Traffic Ticket?

The Unavoidable Turn Signal Ticket?

Written by Gregory Monte. This post is a follow-up to yesterday’s discussion of proper use of a turn signal: Now This Would Be a Silly Ticket …  In that post, I discussed the requirement to use a turn signal even when: In a right (or left) turn only lane At the end of a road which with … Continue reading The Unavoidable Turn Signal Ticket?

Now This Would Be a Silly Traffic Ticket …

Written by Gregory Monte. Worrying About a Silly Ticket On my way to work each day I travel on a local road that ends with three possible choices (see picture above): I can turn left into a private driveway, go straight into another private driveway, or turn right onto Monroe Street.  Every time I come to … Continue reading Now This Would Be a Silly Traffic Ticket …

Some Citizens Are More Equal Than Others?

“All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.” George Orwell, Animal Farm Written by Gregory Monte. Back in April of 2019 I first addressed the issue of car window tinting – Traffic Ticket for Tinted Car Windows? In that post I explained that a friend of my son’s was issued SIX separate tickets because a … Continue reading Some Citizens Are More Equal Than Others?

Human Nature and Speed Limits

Written by Gregory Monte. The Post Office in Oradell, NJ I pass through Oradell, NJ everyday on my two-hour commute from Pennsylvania to New Jersey.  Often, I stop at the local Post Office there to mail letters and packages.  Below are two pictures of that building which I took yesterday: Oradell, NJ Post Office (2020) Oradell, … Continue reading Human Nature and Speed Limits

SPEED … KILLS?

Written by Gregory Monte. NOTE: To give credit where credit is due, today’s post was inspired by some of the information I read in a letter to the editor written by National Motorist Association (NMA) member Tom McCarey. Speed and Accidents Speeding is a major factor in accidents, right?  I mean, that is common knowledge.  Anyone … Continue reading SPEED … KILLS?

Live Free And Die? Seat Belt Use in New Hampshire

Written by Gregory Monte. Yesterday I discussed the case of an individual who was pulled over for a seat belt violation and ended up getting shot by a cop - Seat Belt Ticket Ends in Getting Shot by Cop. When I started doing further research about this issue I found out something that I didn't know - … Continue reading Live Free And Die? Seat Belt Use in New Hampshire

Seat Belt Ticket Ends in Getting Shot by Cop

Written by Gregory Monte. Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold Let me say right up front that when this individual was stopped, he should have just accepted the ticket. As I tell my son, if a cop stops you, open all of your windows, keep your hands on the steering wheel and turn on your … Continue reading Seat Belt Ticket Ends in Getting Shot by Cop

A “Twist” on the MUTCD Traffic Ticket Technicality?

Written by Gregory Monte. I have written almost 20 blog posts showing how to use the Federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) to beat varies types of traffic tickets.  I even offer a free PDF which specifically applies this method so you can see how it all works.  You can find a link to … Continue reading A “Twist” on the MUTCD Traffic Ticket Technicality?

How I Beat a Ridiculous Stop Sign Ticket (Part Three)

This is the final post by a reader of my blog who unfairly received a stop sign ticket last summer. You can review his initial post here where he describes how/why he got the ticket and his initial search to find a way to beat it. His second post detailed his use of the Federal … Continue reading How I Beat a Ridiculous Stop Sign Ticket (Part Three)