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  1. When to Turn on Headlights

    When to Turn on Headlights

    Headlights save lives! The NHTSA estimates that nearly 50% of all traffic-related fatalities occur in dark conditions when only 25% of cars travel during that period. So knowing when to turn on headlights can help save you from getting into a car crash. Keeping your headlights on all the time, even during the daytime, is…

  2. TRAFFIC COURT DRESS CODE

    Traffic Court Dress Code

    Deciding what to wear for traffic court can be tricky for most people who haven’t otherwise had any contact with the courts. Luckily, we’ve compiled the appropriate traffic court dress code for you. Note: Judges are required to treat everyone the same but everyone has biases that sometimes unknowingly kick in, so our advice is…

  3. cycling accidents

    Cycling Accidents Statistics

    In 2016 (the year with the most recent available data), 840 bicyclists were killed within the United States in motor vehicle crashes (National Highway Traffic Safety Association, “Traffic Safety Facts,” 2018). More details of the latest data on cycling accidents and fatalities will follow: How many bicyclists are killed each year? The 840 American bicyclists…

  4. blind intersection

    What is a Blind Intersection?

    According to the DMV’s California Driver Handbook, “an intersection is considered “blind” if there are no stop signs at any corner and you cannot see for 100 feet in either direction during the last 100 feet before crossing.” The speed limit for a blind intersection is 15 mph. You can’t see where traffic is coming…

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