Crosby, Tom
January 2010
AAA Carolinas Go Magazine;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p8
The article presents the evaluation of AAA Carolinas on the decisions made by authorities related transportation legislation and traffic safety in North and South Carolina for the year 2009. It mentions that the firm gave praise to the legislature in North Carolina for allowing school systems to install cameras on school buses. The company gave a poor rating to the court system of both North and South Carolina for failing to give sanction to a woman who has received 19 speeding tickets.


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