Mixing Wireless, Driving And Political Campaigns
- Aggressive driving now a crime on Arizona highways. // State Legislatures;Sep98, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p8
Reports the law passed by the legislature of Arizona which makes aggressive driving a crime. Definition on aggressive driving; Salient provisions of the law.
- I DRIVE, I VOTE. SEDDON, GEOFF // Street Machine;Feb2013, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p024
This article reports on the introduction of a legislative bill in Queensland that will empower police to confiscate and crush cars for hoon offences, without any oversight or involvement of magistrates or judges.
- Another big idea falls by wayside. Ebbs, Chris // Auto Express;7/9/2014, Issue 1327, p16
The author comments on the British Government's decision to abandon its graduated automobile driving licence plan.
- Ny Hands-Free Law Goes Into Effect. // Wireless Week;10/29/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 44, p1
Reports the implementation of a law requiring motorists to use hand-free devices while talking on mobile phones in New York City.
- Among states, a bid to curb teen joyriding. Wilkinson, Todd // Christian Science Monitor;4/24/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 104, p3
Discusses the efforts of states in the United States to limit the driving privileges of teenagers, in light of an increase in the teenage accident rate.
- Legislative Survey Results 2014. // AAA Carolinas Go Magazine;Mar/Apr2014, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p16
The article reports on the result of the 2014 Legislative Survey related to legislations on driving.
- Time running out for DRP amnesty. // Clarendon Enterprise (TX);3/10/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 13, p6
The article offers information on the Driver Responsibility Program (DRP) amnesty which allows delinquent drivers to pay a maximum of 250 dollars or only 10% of the original amount for all the surcharges combined, wherein only 54,035 or 7.5% out of 713,444 in Clarendon, Texas people have signed up.
- No license? Don't drive. // Bay Area Reporter;7/30/2009, Vol. 39 Issue 31, p10
The article offers news briefs in San Francisco, California including the arrest of a driver for driving without a license, no proof of insurance and unsafe backing, a burglar who took a woman's cell phone, laptop and hard drive and the reported fall of a man from the fourth floor of a building.
- Driving adolescents crazy. Plummer, James // Reason;Oct97, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p17
Reports on a bill cruising toward passage in California which is the unrestricted driving privileges for 16-and 17-year-old children. Requirement for drivers younger than 18 before getting a license; Requirement for minors after getting their licenses; Purpose of the bill.