Press Releases with tag "online traffic school"
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.
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.
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.
Texas Drivers Pay Hefty Insurance Rates
That’s right, once again Texas ranks near the top of the list when it comes to the amount paid for auto insurance. According to a new report by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners Texas finished 11th of all 50 states when it comes t
It's Not The Law But Buckle-Up Your Pets Anyway
Believe it or not, there is currently no law on the books in California or any other state preventing drivers from operating a vehicle with their pet on their lap. That means your Doberman Pincher can sit right square between you and the steering whe
Atlanta Trying To Improve Traffic Flow On Major Roads
The city of Atlanta, Georgia, has seen a continued rise in its population over the past decade or so as residents move into the city, repopulating urban areas once abandoned, and increasing traffic congestion on neighborhood streets.
Iowa Looking To Ban Traffic Cameras
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad said during a radio interview this week that is the Iowa legislature sends a bill banning traffic cameras to his desk, he’ll definitely sign it.
Arizona Teen Texting Ban Getting Closer
Arizona lawmakers are one step closer to a ban on the use of handheld devices by drivers under the age of 18 or those with a learner’s permit.
Not-So Funny Driving Errors
These are the things many drivers don’t even think about doing–they just happen because people get distracted, or maybe don’t even realize are actually wrong. Whatever the reason they result in more accidents more often, which can wind up costi
Texas Investing In Wrong-Way Driving Warning System
Drivers headed the wrong way on U.S. 281 near San Antonio, Texas, are the target of a $500,000 investment by the Texas Department of Transportation. The money will help fund radar detectors and illuminated wrong-way signs at 32 exit ramps along a 15
Veterans Need To Re-Adjust To Driving At Home
The New York Times this week released a report by major national insurer USAA, which specializes in providing insurance for veterans and their families, which seems to indicate that soldiers returning from active duty in the Middle East often have tr
Indiana Goes To Color-Coded Warnings For Drivers
In 2011 the Indiana legislature passed a new law which put the entire state on the same system when it comes to alerting motorists to winter weather travel hazards. Prior to the new system, each county had its own system.
Humor Is Good For Your Driving
Laughter is the best medicine. Make certain you get a daily dose especially if you spend a lot of time on the road.
Car Service And Repair Blues
If you are like MOST vehicle owners, you realize that you do have to change your vehicle fluids, rotate your tires, and according to the law, keep your car in good enough mechanical shape that it would not break down on a highway or city street.
NY Teens Most Likely To Drive And Text
The average teen sends thousands of text messages every month to their friends and family. If they are old enough to drive you can bet that a fair number of those texts were sent from behind the wheel.
Florida DHSMV Warns Visitors About Improper Website Fees
Someone is using a scam website to trick people into paying to visit the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles web site.
So You Think You Can Speed Up On Yellow, Eh?
The CITY OF LOS ANGELES has turned OFF the Red Light Ticketing Camera Program and is no longer issuing $500 tickets for people who speed up on red while making a right turn.
The On Line Traffic School Announces Mobile Friendly Traffic Ticket Dismissal
The On-Line Traffic School, Inc. (OLTS), provider of innovative web-based traffic ticket dismissal courses, has successfully completed an ambitious project to make its websites totally mobile friendly