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Tickets/Driving Stuff

Tickets/Driving Stuff

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

Conga Clover!

Here's a Clover who created a quarter-mile Conga line of cars . . . because the Clover would not pass a garbage scow. She (I eventually got a look) was either...

Reader Question: Leaking Sunroof?

Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply!  Dianne asks: I have a Toyota RAV4 with a leaking sunroof. After a heavy rain, the headliner is damp and sometimes it actually...

Abolish The Pretexts

One of the reasons so many traffic stops go "bad" is because there are so many pretexts for traffic stops.  No harm done - but some law (that is, some authority)...

Corona Clover!

Here's a Corona Clover, creeping along at 37-43MPH on a road with a 55 MPH speed limit. Oddly, it's perfectly legal for a Clover to drive unsafely in this manner but...

A Not Clover for Once

Here's a video that's proof - if it were needed - that it's not the car (or the truck) that matters. It's who's behind the wheel of the thing. . . ....

It’s Not the Touchscreen . . .

This is news - but it’s hardly a surprise. Ready? A study done by IAMRoadSmart (a saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafety outfit based in the UK) has discovered that tapping/swiping/pinching and just gawping at in-car “infotainment”...

The Same Clover All Over!

Here's another video of the same Clover I video'd slow-moving (and impeding) three days ago! Holy Matrix, Batman! . . . Got a question about cars, Libertarian politics - or anything else? Click...

A Millennial Moment

There is something worse than a generation gap. There is a worldview gap. My generation - Generation X - was the last pre-computer generation and the last generation to reach adulthood before...

Ride-Sharing’s Broken Promises

In physics, there is a reaction to every action. In politics, there is always an unanticipated consequence to every policy. Sometimes, several. And often, they are worse than the problem which...

Road Trip ’95

Almost everyone enjoys a good road trip - but not many road trips are like the one I made in two hours and 23 minutes back in the late summer of...
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