Pennsylvania Wants Extra Fees on Scofflaw Drivers

Posted in July 20th, 2011
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The DUI Michigan blog writes about a new set of recommendations by a Pennsylvania commission that seeks to close a multibillion-dollar gap in the state’s transportation budget. Among various fee increases, the commission suggests raising fines on drivers with more than one annual moving violation by $100. The plan has not yet been submitted to […]

Helpful Freight Broker Article

Posted in July 19th, 2011
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Hey guys, if you’d like to know more about freight brokering you should check out our article on [email protected] The article is called “Freight Brokers Work for Your Vehicle Shipping Needs.” It’s a great place to start if you’re in need of a freight broker but are interested in finding more information first.

Carmageddon Ends Up As Damp Firecracker

Posted in July 18th, 2011
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Put this in the “Ridiculously Overblown Media Panic” folder (we call it “Y2K” for short): Carmageddon, the social collapse, civil war and famine that was predicted to occur in Los Angeles county because of a 53-hour highway closure, didn’t happen. It’s well-known that Angelenos use cars more than most of us use feet, and the […]

New Tech: Recharging Stations, Collision Warning Systems

Posted in July 17th, 2011
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From the “Man, can this be really happening, at long last?” file: Within a mere six months, two of Washington state’s highways will be retrofitted with charging stations for plug-in electric vehicles. The state is a prominent producer of hydroelectric energy, and Washington’s government has taken the first step in what is to be an […]

Covered Bridge Fixed Ahead of Schedule

Posted in July 13th, 2011
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The Indiana Department of Transportation has finished renovating the historic Medora Covered Bridge, and, in a move destined to restore America’s confidence in its government, has done so ahead of schedule. The triumph is tempered by the fact that the renovation was planned since 2001, but simmered on the back burner for lack of money […]

Improving the Way Employees Communicate

Posted in July 9th, 2011
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Every business owner knows that in order for your staff to succeed they need to be able to communicate efficiently amongst themselves and management. Well that’s the focus of StaffPaging.com, a blog that focused on how wireless technology can help staff perform their jobs more effectively.

Refusing the Breathalyzer: Useful Advice

Posted in July 7th, 2011
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DUI Michigan features a post on refusing breath test in MI. There’s more to it than holding your breath till you turn purple: even if your lack of foresight led you to exhale into the tube, the results can be attacked on at least four fronts. Go and read that article for the best strategy […]