11/25/20162012 Field Study Measures Turn Signal Use
Study finds drivers fail to use their turn signals between 25 and 50 percent of the time.
The insurance industry has focused safety research efforts almost exclusively on speeding and distracted driving. Only one study, published by SAE International in 2012, looked at collecting objective data on the use of turn signals under the assumption that failure to signal has a significant impact on accident rates. The 2012 study's author, Richard Ponziani of RLP Engineering, sells an automated turn signaling technology called Intelliturn. "In contrast to pointing out that there is scant ...
11/23/2016Federal Judge OKs Toll Diversion In New York, New Jersey
AAA loses federal lawsuit against diversion of toll revenue from New York area bridges and tunnels to fund the World Trade Center site.
11/22/2016West Virginia Supreme Court Expands DUI To Private Property
High court in West Virginia declares drunk driving laws even apply to roads that are not open to the public.
11/21/2016France, Italy, Russia: Speed Cameras Bashed, Painted
Vigilantes throughout the world were disabled with spraypaint and sledgehammers last week.
11/18/2016Idaho Supreme Court Says Even A Two Minute Traffic Stop Delay Is Too Much
Idaho Supreme Court cracks down on unnecessary delays during traffic stops.
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