RIDING TWO UP
Helmets… check Gloves… check Pegs down… check Passenger… check
You settle into the saddle, followed by the person who will be sitting just a deep breath away from your backside. As the pavement begins to roll under the pegs, you sense that all is right with the world. For many couples, if not most, sharing the ride with that special person is what cruising on two […]
With Uber rising to 8 million active customers, it’s not a leap to suggest DUI could be reduced. It’s almost common knowledge an average DUI can run around $10,000 for a first offense, which includes a victim impact panel, online DUI school, attorney & court fees as well as a suspended license. Compared to a $15 fare for a ride home it’s a no-brainer.
Bright blue LEDs trace outlines of the next generation autonomous cars, built with the intention of ease as well as accident & DUI prevention. This is the Daimler Freightliner Inspiration Truck.
Daimler-Benz, owner of the Mercedes brand, has introduced the first fully self-driving, licensed Freightliner tractor trailer to operate in Nevada on May 5th 2015. This marks one of the first shifts in the transportation industry toward driverless technology.
Since 2011, Nevada has allowed driverless cars to operate on its roads, in a bid to stem DUI’s, tickets, reckless driving, injuries and fatalities. An interesting tidbit is a special license plate is issued to autonomous vehicles in bright red as an identifier.
It’s a bold idea to completely eliminate DUI’s and actual online DUI schools by 2044, when driverless car features will be mandatory for […]
Since 2004, Ohio has mandated anyone who has been charged with a DUI must use an identifying “scarlet letter license plate”
As we teach in our online DUI class, those that are allowed a restricted license after being convicted of a DWI must exchange their normal license plates for a garish red and yellow plate. This mark of shame seems to have produced results. According to MADD DUI fatalities dropped by over […]
On October 16th the Nevada Supreme Court ruled the state DUI Implied Consent law is unconstitutional.
Based on a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision called Missouri v. McNeely, the Nevada court said in a unanimous decision that the state’s law violates the Fourth Amendment against unreasonable search.
Las Vegas attorney John Watkins, a legal expert on driving under the influence law, […]