5/27/2016Tennessee Lawmaker Burns Photo Ticket In Live Video
State representative urges recipients of red light and speed camera tickets in Tennessee to throw away the notices.
Tennessee state Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) wants his constituents to know that paying red light camera and speed camera tickets is entirely optional. He made the point in dramatic fashion by burning a citation during a live Facebook video session (view video on Facebook).
"I want everyone to know what to do with this right here," Holt said, holding up a photo ticket.
Holt proceeded to hold up the documen ...
5/26/2016California Toll Roads Sued Over Deceptive Practices
Class action lawsuit claims Orange County, California toll road generates tens of millions in penalties by misleading motorists.
5/25/2016Federal Judge: Motorist Looking Forward Is Not Suspicious
A woman pulled over in Sioux City, Iowa because she was not looking at police will likely have her conviction tossed out in federal court.
5/24/2016North Carolina Court: Police Must Respect Registration Grace Period
A car with an expired registration sticker may be legally driven, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled.
5/23/2016France, Italy: Speed Cameras Painted, Rammed, Torched
Vigilantes in Italy and France use fire, force and paint to prevent speed cameras from issuing tickets.