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Illinois motorists no longer have to worry about roadkill citations

Anyone who has taken a trip on the many highways and freeways of the United States is undoubtedly accustomed to certain sights as they go speeding over the landscape, including forests, farmlands and, of course, flattened fauna.

DOT now accepting applications for 'slow zones'

Here in New York City, we are accustomed to seeing the drivers of cars, taxis, buses and trucks exceed the posted speed limit, undoubtedly trying to make up time lost traversing the city's often congested streets. While we may not give this a second thought in certain industrial areas or business districts, we may have an altogether different opinion when we see these vehicles speeding through the streets around parks, hospitals or even our own neighborhood.

Speeding ticket deception results in license suspension for NYC lawyer

It's no secret that people will try their hardest to get out of a speeding ticket. This makes sense when you consider that a speeding ticket not only costs a rather significant sum, but can also lead to increased insurance premiums and points against a driver's license. However, a recent news story shows that one New York man may have gone too far to escape a speeding ticket.

Study examines which states have the best, worst drivers

As you've made your way across New York's many streets, highways and freeways, you have more than likely witnessed a wide array of otherwise questionable driving behaviors, including speeding, failing to obey posted traffic signs, and talking/texting on a cell phone to name only a few. After witnessing such behavior, you probably thought to yourself that our state has the worst drivers in the entire United States.

Study: New York City is home to several of the most congested roads in the U.S.

If you have lived in New York City for any reasonable amount of time, you are more than likely familiar with those stretches of highway scattered throughout the Five Boroughs that are notorious for lengthy traffic backups, honking horns, and major headaches. However, have you ever wondered how New York City compares with the rest of the country in terms of congested roads? Do we lead the nation in terms of speeding cars coming to a screeching halt during the morning and nighttime commutes?

Batman causes traffic backup on Queensboro Bridge?

If asked to identify the reasons for a major traffic backup here in New York City, most people would probably guess an accident caused by inattentive driving or speeding, road construction or even sheer congestion as the most likely causes. Interestingly, a major traffic backup in the city this past weekend was caused by none of these factors, but rather by a single person: Batman.

Miami PD officer leads Florida State Trooper on high-speed chase

Most stories about police chases inevitably seem to involve speeding suspects who are fleeing the scene of a crime or drunk drivers who are oblivious to the flashing lights and sirens around them. However, a recent incident out of Miami has put an interesting twist on this typical news story.

Residents, officials speaking out over dangerous intersection

Every day in New York City, thousands of people take to the streets both on foot and in cars to go to work, school, shopping or other important locations. Given this large amount of foot traffic and vehicle traffic speeding about the streets, you would think that there would be serious pedestrian-car accidents on an hourly basis.

Is New York City prepared for the increase in bike traffic?

Over the next few years, New York City will undergo something of a transformation as more bike lanes are added to city streets and bridges, and city officials roll out a new bicycle-sharing program. However, while this plan is being lauded by both proponents of alternative transportation and environmental advocacy groups, others are worried that the growing number of speeding bicyclists will lead to more pedestrian accidents.

Which North American city has the most speed traps?

If you have ever been pulled over for speeding, several thoughts likely go through your mind. The first is more than likely, "why me?" or "why today?" The second is likely, "why do the police in this city always unfairly target this area?"

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