Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Fighting a Ticket in Federal Court?

Red light cameras. I’m sure your town probably has them, but it may surprise you how long these little technological wonders have been around. First developed in the 1960s, they received their first widespread attention in the early 1980s when a camera in New York caught images of a motorist striking a child in a

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Monday, April 10, 2017

It’s Coming. Is Your Car Ready?

Whether you are a believer in climate change or not, there is no denying the fact that your immediate climate is about to change as we approach the summer months. Excessive heat can be overwhelming, not just for the drivers and passengers of the vehicle, but on the vehicle itself. Make sure to take the

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Monday, April 3, 2017

New Study Reveals Additional Intersection Hazard

Negotiating an intersection brings with it a variety of aggravations and dangers. If the lights are not timed correctly, an intersection can add frustration to a daily commute, and there are few things in the world more irritating than the inefficiency of a four-way stop. Intersections have also proven to be dangerous places to drive.

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Monday, March 27, 2017

Cellphones: The Good, The Bad and the Deadly

There are few things in life that don’t come with both positive and negative features. For example, there are foods that are good for you and foods that are bad for you. Even the foods that are bad for you are generally okay in moderation. The problem is, these “bad” foods are usually the ones

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Got a Texting Teen? There’s an App for That

As with any technology, the cell phone is a two-edged sword. If the technology had been available, I am sure that my parents would not have let me out of the house without one and I certainly made sure that my teens had one, especially after they got their driver’s licenses. I remember having had

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Sunday, March 12, 2017

How Americans Are Trying to Sleep Is Keeping Me Awake

Busy lives, stressful jobs and the overuse of cell phones before bed all contribute to make going to sleep difficult. Rather than focusing on the root causes, most Americans are content to simply throw a pill at the problem. In the past five years, over 60 million prescriptions have been written for sleeping aids. The

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Sunday, March 5, 2017

Whose Idea Was This Big Idea?

A requirement of legal and responsible adulthood, one of the necessary evils of our day is the purchase of automobile insurance. It is an unusual purchase as it is the only product you will ever buy hoping never to use. That being said, where did the idea of insurance start in the first place? Electricity

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