Since graduated driver’s licensing laws were adopted by all 50 states and the District of...
A new report that has yet to be formally “released” is the latest and, by...
A little over a generation ago, winterizing our cars in the northern U.S. was necessary...
In New York, a hit-and-run accident is viewed as leaving an accident scene in which...
A new study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) discovered that once...
A new report from AAA found that drugged driving is posing a larger threat than drunk driving.  Prominently mentioned in the report was this growing problem on Long Island. AAA also discloses that fatal crashes involving New York drivers who test positive for drugs are most prevalent during the summer – with August being the peak month. And though it's difficult to pin-down when drugged driving is a cause of accidents, AAA (and other research) findings renew concern that marijuana and opioids are contributing to a full-blown safety crisis on our roadways.
Every year, thousands of pedestrians throughout the country are killed in accidents with cars and...
The legal saga surrounding ridesharing companies continues as New York City becomes the first of its kind in the U.S. to halt new vehicle licenses for ride-hail app services such as Uber and Lyft, while it sets a minimum wage. The legislation, passed with virtually no opposition by the City Council, caps the number of for-hire vehicles for a year, giving the city time to thoroughly study this booming industry and create more permanent ordinances.
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