Another day another so called "safety" camera being falsely sold about safety.
One of the greatest cons associated with car insurance is that you will "save money" by having the cost of the insurance based on how you drive.
A Chicago-based advocacy group said that red-light speed cameras are not only a cash-grab by city officials, but are disproportionately [...] impact[ing] Black and brown drivers, according to advocacy group appeared first on TheGrio.
License plate scanners were supposed to bring peace of mind. Instead they tore the neighborhood apart.
License plate readers are rapidly reshaping private security in neighborhoods, bringing police surveillance tools to the masses with an automated watchdog that records 24 hours a day. That's leading to angry conflict in otherwise peaceful communities.
The Lake County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance banning surveillance equipment on county-owned property or right-of-way.
Many cities are using red-light cameras to catch drivers breaking the law, but more and more drivers say these cameras are ticketing the wrong people.
Report from mayor confirms no penalty for nonpayment of Washington, DC red light camera and speed camera tickets for non-residents.
The federal government and police are finding new ways to use drones to invade privacy.
The Car Coach gives her take on the likely impending mileage tax (on top of the gas tax). Check out the information on the National Motorists Association's Blog.
Baltimore City officials on Wednesday approved the accounting of tens of millions of dollars in COVID-19 spending, but it wasn't without controversy.