New California Road Striping for Self-Driving Vehicles

New California Road Striping Intended to Help Self-Driving Vehicles The end of the summer brings some new changes to an estimated 394,608 miles of California’s highways. Californians spend a lot of time on the road, especially in the summer when they set out on vacation or head to the beach. But how well do they … Continued

Do Not Take Driving Advice From Gordon Ramsey

Take Gordon Ramsay’s Advice in the Kitchen—Not on the Road Listen, we understand. Speeding tickets are a major bummer. But we still have to rule against following the example of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, who recently told Mirror that he uses plastic cling wrap to cover the license plates on his Ferrari California T so speed cameras can’t make out … Continued

NFL Star Von Miller isn’t Invincible to Speeding Tickets

Even NFL Star, Von Miller isn’t Invincible when it Comes to Speeding Tickets Denver Broncos sack specialist Von Miller is fast around offensive linemen, but he’s even faster on the road, as attested by a long string of speeding tickets he has accrued despite a vow to curb his “pedal to the medal” habit. On Monday, the 29-year-old … Continued

6 Most Dangerous Highways in California

Could These Roads Be a Part of YOUR Daily Commute? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (NHTSA-FARS) released data on traffic fatalities from 2010-2016. This report from ValuePenguinuses the data to compile a report ranking the country’s top 50 most dangerous highways. Among the top 50 worst roads to travel on, 6 California … Continued

Everything you need to know about California’s new HOV stickers

If you’re more than a little confused by California’s rules allowing clean cars into the much-prized diamond lanes, join the club. The state DMV and the California Air Resources Board haven’t done a great job of clarifying HOV matters, either, though they’re getting better. Things will come to a head in the new year with … Continued

California Drivers May Get Copy Of Rights During A Traffic Stop

Drivers in California may get a copy of their civil rights during a traffic stop, including how to file a complaint against a peace officer. Assembly Bill 2918 already requires the California Department of Motor Vehicles to provide a Driver’s Handbook with information regarding rail safety, abandoning or dumping an animal on a highway, and … Continued

Tread lightly: Worn tires put drivers at risk

Afternoon downpours could spell disaster for millions of drivers this summer, thanks to an unlikely suspect – tires. New research from AAA reveals that driving on relatively worn tires at highway speeds in wet conditions can increase average stopping distances by a staggering 43 percent, or an additional 87 feet — more than the length … Continued