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National Motorists Association Takes On Ride Sharing Privacy
Motorist rights group asks US Supreme Court to uphold privacy rights as new forms of car sharing and ride sharing emerge.
Report Finds Smog Checks Pointless With Modern Cars
Forcing millions of California motorists to undergo regular emissions inspections has had no measurable impact on air quality.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Idea That Looking At GPS Is Suspicious
Motorists should not be subject to a police interrogation for pulling over to program their GPS, Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules.
Duke University Increases Control Over Red Light Camera Company
Duke University and allies increase their control over photo ticketing vendor Redflex Traffic Systems.
Bulgaria: Speed Cameras Speared
A pickax was used against a speed camera in Sofia, Bulgaria last week.
Louisiana: Black Motorist Beaten For Pulling Over In Safe Location
Waiting to pull over in a safe, well-lit location resulted in police beat down for a black motorist in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Trump Administration Will Shut Down Highway Greenhouse Gas Rule
Federal Highway Administration proposal rejects shift in focus on global warming in favor of fighting dirty tailpipe emissions.
Pennsylvania: Audit Shows Motorist Cash Funds Lavish State Salaries
France: Speed Cameras Spraypainted, Scorched
Louisiana Supreme Court Rejects Traffic Camera Challenge
Tasered Motorist Sues Ohio Town
Ohio Speed Trap Town Busted By State Auditor
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