Monthly Archives: September 2013

New Jersey to Add Anti-Texting Warning Signs to State Roads

Under the terms of some recently-enacted legislation, the state of New Jersey will be adding signs to state roads, informing drivers that texting while driving isn’t allowed in the Garden State. Specifically the bill in question requires the Department of … Continue reading

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WI Motorcycles Can Skip Red Lights – Sometimes

File this under the “obscure state laws” category and note that it could save you money on your motorcycle insurance. Apparently, there’s a law on the books which says motorcyclists in Wisconsin can drive through red lights when their bikes … Continue reading

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Kentucky: Don’t Drink and Tailgate?

If you live in Kentucky, you might want to be extra careful about drinking alcohol at any tailgating events during this college football season, especially if you’re under age. Why? Because employees of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Enforcement Division are … Continue reading

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Car Insurance Doesn’t Cover Bait Car, But Homeowners Does.

The city of Albuquerque, NM is refusing to pay for damages to private home that was damaged when teens driving a city-owned “bait car” drove it into the house. Bait cars are vehicles used to catch thieves or “sting” staged … Continue reading

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