Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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Tickets/Driving Stuff

Tickets/Driving Stuff

Anything related to speeding tickets, driving & stuff like that.

Blown Away . . . for Not Complying

In addition to "officer safety," another de facto capital offense in this country is "failure to comply." This past fall, a Northern Virginia man named Bijan Ghaisar was executed by armed government...

Operational Neurasthenia

It’s reasonable to adjust speed for conditions - snow, for instance. But what about drivers who drop their speed because it might snow later? Road (and school) closings, not because it is...

The Best Kept Secret

The best-kept secret about new cars is how little you have to spend to get a luxurious car. The car industry doesn’t want you to know this, of course - so...

Automated = Slow

How fast will automated cars go? Will it take you longer - or less - to get where you want to go? The answer to those questions can be discovered by...

Chancing It

It is increasingly tempting to just go for it. Scratch that. It is increasingly reasonable to just go for it. Traffic stops are not what they once were. The fines have become disproportionate,...

The “Pilot Car” . . .

The Retard State advances - and its religion is the Safety Cult. There is fear everywhere. Danger lurks at every turn. People must be protected - chiefly, from themselves. No matter...

Selective Impairment

I wish I'd filmed this one - but I was too busy swerving, trying to avoid a head-on collision. I was  waiting at a "T" intersection, waiting for the light to go...

Bad Advice For Your Teenaged Driver

More evidence that the American Automobile Association (AAA) ought to have its license revoked comes in the form of “summer safety tips” offered to teenaged drivers from AAA’s Foundation for Traffic...

Theocracy Advances in Utah… And Soon Near You, Too

The slippery slope argument gets mocked a lot - but here’s another case that proves the point: Utah has just done what thinking brains knew was inevitably coming. The state government has...

Measuring What We Can’t Do

Almost every new car I test drive - even the humblest hybrid - has a speedometer that reads to at least 120 mph. 140 is common; 160 not unusual. Some cars have...
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