Articles Tagged with driving

You’ve Got To See This Video: World’s Worst Parallel Parker


Parallel parking is not the easiest thing in the world. There is no real dispute from the many drivers whose driving tests may have gone much better in high school if they could have just skipped that one section. Apparently, the person featured in the video above (with some NSFW audio) is one of those… Read more »

New Jersey Confiscation Law Lets Cops Take Phones Without Warrants


Legislation introduced in the New Jersey state senate would greatly empower law enforcement should it become a formal law. The law would allow police officers to confiscate the cell phones of drivers involved in accidents to determine whether or not the driver was in a call or texting at the time the accident took place…. Read more »

Driverless Cars Legality Raise Concerns


Driverless cars have come a long way in recent years, and the technology needed to make the concept a reality is nearly mature. Legal issues, not science, present one of the largest roadblocks between today and a driverless future. Many car manufacturers, universities, and technology firms have experimented with the development of driverless cars since… Read more »

Cadillac Performance Academy Turns Owners Into Drivers

Cadillac Performance Academy turns owners into drivers

Cadillac knows that one does not simply push the limits of their 556 horse power Cadillac CTS-V on the average street, says Yahoo Autos. Such as thing tends to get one some hefty traffic violations. You can’t have tag team drag races, drive it up to 100 miles per hour, or develop the skill to… Read more »

Connecticut And Massachusetts To Crack Down On Texting While Driving By Developing Anti-Texting Enforcement Programs

Connecticut And Massachusetts To Crack Down On Texting While Driving By Developing Anti-Texting Enforcement Programs

$550,000 from the federal government is going to Connecticut and Massachusetts for pilot projects to crack down on drivers who text while driving. According to NBC News, Connecticut and Massachusetts will both receive $275,000 grants that will be used towards developing “high-visibility anti-texting enforcement programs,”the enforcement program will include, among other things, stationing police spotters… Read more »

4th Of July Is Deadliest Day For Drivers, Especially For Teens

4th of July Car Accidents

The 4th of July is supposed to be a day of celebration in America, a day we reflect on our countries independence while celebrating with friends and family. The 4th of July is also the deadliest day for drivers. A recent report by AAA reveals that approximately 140 road deaths occur each year on 7/4… Read more »