Drunk Driving and the 4th of July

According to the AARP, the 4th of July is one of the most dangerous days of the year to be on the road. It is second only to New Year’s Day for drunk driving deaths. As this information sinks in, realize that the statistic does not specify who was injured or killed during the accident. The drunk driver could have been killed, or an …

Texting and Driving? Not Anymore with This Radar Gun

If you are anything like most people, you actively try to avoid getting pulled over for speeding or other traffic infractions. We know that if we speed, an officer with a radar gun is likely to find and catch us. So we keep our speed to the speed limit and obey the law. With the advent of smartphones and texting, though, not everyone …