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?
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?
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 …
“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?
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
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?
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
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
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?
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)