Press Releases with tag "defensive driving"
TicketRelief.com Achieves Certification By The California DMV
The preferred choice for satisfying traffic school on the Internet becomes accredited by the California DMV.
Ticket Relief Teams Up With The Aids Walk And Run San Diego 2012
Hear how Ticket Relief helped contribute to the 23rd-annual event, which raised funds for the HIV/AIDS organizations in the San Diego area.
Online Traffic School Ticket Relief Kicks Off The “Giving Back” Charity Campaign
The preferred choice for satisfying traffic school on the Internet announces its plans to donate to the San Diego community.
Ticket Relief Is Now Social
The preferred choice for satisfying traffic school on the Internet officially announces its social media platform on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Ticket Relief Online Traffic School Launches New Audio Read-Along Feature
The preferred choice for satisfying traffic school on the Internet unveils one of its most anticipated online components in company history.
My Improv Traffic School Supports Autonomous Cars (In Theory)
Self-driving cars are coming soon. Already Nevada has approved their use on state roads and California seems very close to making them legal there as well. That means in no time we will manually driven cars and autonomous car sharing the road.
Save Money This Memorial Day Weekend: Slow Down
My Improv Traffic School is all about helping our students get the most out of their driving experience. That's why we want to take a moment and remind you that slowing down saves fuel and saving fuel means saving money especially on a long road trip
My Improv Reminds Motorists To Be Aware
May is National Motorcycle Awareness Month for good reason. Many motorcycle enthusiasts are getting their bikes out of the garage for the time this year. Be on the lookout.
'Click It or Ticket' Program Goes Nationwide
As the Memorial Day holiday comes closer drivers are being warned that police are out in force to find drivers who are not using their seat belt. It is expected that thousands of drivers will come home from their holiday with a traffic citation
Georgia Drivers Beware The ‘Nighthawks’
If you are a defensive driver who never drives their vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol you have nothing to fear from the ‘Nighthawks’.
Cinco De Mayo Means Fun For Some, Work For Police
There is nothing wrong with enjoying a few margaritas in celebration of the annual Cinco de Mayo holiday, but if you plan on driving in Arizona you better make certain you do it clean and sober.
Texas Police Aim To Curb DUI Repeats
Last September Texas lawmakers put in place a new law which provides stiffer penalties for drivers convicted of having a blood alcohol content twice (or more) the legal limit. It is hoped that this increased punishment will help deter repeat offender
Distracted Driving Awareness Month
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and police around the country are steeping up efforts to cite drivers who they find are allowing themselves to be distracted from something other than their driving.
My Improv Traffic School Embraces Social Media
Seeking to reach new and existing customers, My Improv Traffic School has embarked on an aggressive social media campaign to promote their work and connect with users at all levels.
Idaho Considers Smartphone Insurance Proof
Idaho is one three states considering allowing insurance companies to supply an electronic version of a driver’s proof of insurance which they could access via their smartphone.
Arizona Texting And Driving Ban Fails To Pass
This week Arizona lawmakers were unable to pass a new bill banning texting and driving.
Texas DOT Aiming For Drunk Drivers
Don’t mess with Texas, especially if you are prone to driving under the influence of alcohol.
Nevada Becomes First State To Approve Driver-less Cars
This week Nevada state legislators became the first to approve self-driving cars on their roadways.
Florida Budget Committee Approves Texting While Driving Ban
If approved, Florida Senate bill 416 will make texting, email and instant messaging while driving a secondary offense, punishable by a non-moving violation with a $30 fine for first-time offenders.
Texting And Driving Ban Coming To Idaho
Lawmakers in Idaho have been working feverishly to pass a new statewide ban on texting while driving, after several years of attempts which failed miserably.
Chevy Volt Makes It Onto California Carpool Lanes
In a move sure to rankle some, the latest version of the Chevy Volt, General Motors's gas/electric hybrid vehicle will soon be allowed to travel in the mostly traffic-free California High Occupancy Vehicle (Carpool) Lanes whether or not the driver ha
New York DMV Online And On Time
New York drivers have a web site that provides just about everything you might need to stay legal on the road, without the need to make a special trip to the nearest Department of Motor Vehicle branch.
Second California DUI Earns You A Suspended License
If you get busted for driving under the influence of alcohol in California, while on probation for a DUI infraction, you will definitely have your license suspended. How long it is suspended has a lot to do with how intoxicated you were at the time
Delaware Designated Driver Program Sought
A proposed designated driver program in southern Delaware is seeking corporate sponsors to help fund the fledgling non-profit group.
States Join Forces To ‘Move Over’ Drivers
Alabama, Florida and Georgia are teaming up to get drivers to understand that when an emergency vehicle is parked on the side of the road, or any vehicle for that matter, they need to reduce speed and move over.
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