In my last post back at the end of April I examined how to beat a ticket for meeting or overtaking a school bus. At that time my daughter had received one of these tickets (unfairly, in my estimation) so I laid out my strategy for how to win her case. Although I think I … Continue reading Meeting or Overtaking a School Bus Ticket: A Short Update
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Judges Suck but You Can Still Win in Court on a Technicality
Written by Gregory Monte. Introduction What you will find below is the text of a letter written by a member of the National Motorists Association from Pennsylvania. I found it very interesting because the individual highlighted several topics that I have written about on my blog over the past year. Topic #1 – PA Title … Continue reading Judges Suck but You Can Still Win in Court on a Technicality
A Positive Result of the Corona Virus Scare
Written by Gregory Monte. It appears that Pennsylvania has finally joined the information age – too bad it took a coronavirus scare to do it. I don’t know if this is a permanent change, but for now there will be no more time wasted waiting in line at the PA DMV to get your license renewed … Continue reading A Positive Result of the Corona Virus Scare
Fewer Black Drivers Stopped at Night – Proof of Racial Bias?
Written by Gregory Monte. If you think that police officers should be upheld as paragons of the law, you may not like the results of a recent study by Stanford University: “The largest-ever study of alleged racial profiling during traffic stops has found that blacks, who are pulled over more frequently than whites by day, are … Continue reading Fewer Black Drivers Stopped at Night – Proof of Racial Bias?
Corona Virus Induced Low-Traffic Roads Leading to More Speeding? Not in Ohio
Written by Gregory Monte. As I wrote in a recent blog post (More Corona Virus Times – Speeding is all the rage now, it appears….): “More and more often these days I am seeing articles about how motorists are speeding on the roads. With so many citizens in quarantine, traffic is much lighter than it used to … Continue reading Corona Virus Induced Low-Traffic Roads Leading to More Speeding? Not in Ohio
Blatant Hyperbole – No Wonder It’s Called the “Failing” New York Times.
Written by Gregory Monte. The Hyperbole It’s Horrifying! Speeding tickets have doubled in New York. New York Streets Are Nearly Empty, but Speeding Tickets Have Doubled The hyperbole used in the above New York Times article amazed me so much that I felt compelled to write a blog post about it. Here are some of the … Continue reading Blatant Hyperbole – No Wonder It’s Called the “Failing” New York Times.
Maybe They Should Just Increase Traffic Ticket Fines …
Written by Gregory Monte. Because so few motorists are on the roads these days (thanks to the Corona Virus hysteria), states are not pulling in much money on their toll roads: America’s empty roads seeing fewer deaths but are a blow to state budgets Similar scenes are playing out across the U.S. as Americans drive roughly … Continue reading Maybe They Should Just Increase Traffic Ticket Fines …
Traffic Lights in Los Angeles – in Violation of the MUTCD?
Written by Gregory Monte. Is Los Angeles, CA acting in violation of the Federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) in the wake of the corona virus? Los Angeles Traffic Lights Adjusted To Prevent Unsafe Speeds During Pandem’c “Traffic signals across the city have been indefinitely put on ‘nighttime mode," which allow them to operate … Continue reading Traffic Lights in Los Angeles – in Violation of the MUTCD?
A New “Cannonball Run” Record Thanks to the Corona Virus.
Written by Gregory Monte. “Cannonball Run (also known as the US Express or C2C Express) is an unsanctioned speed record from New York City to Los Angeles. It was popularized in the 1981 film The Cannonball Run …”Wikipedia I am writing this post as a follow-up to one I did last week about how more and … Continue reading A New “Cannonball Run” Record Thanks to the Corona Virus.
Corona Virus is Reducing Auto Insurance Rates.
Written by Gregory Monte. I just found out that my insurer, Allstate, will be reducing my premium payments: Given an unprecedented decline in driving, customers will receive a Shelter-in-Place Payback of more than $600 million over the next two months. This is fair because less driving means fewer accidents ... Most customers will receive 15% of … Continue reading Corona Virus is Reducing Auto Insurance Rates.