You Could Get a Ticket For Wearing Google Glass While Driving

If you're excited at the prospect of wearing Google Glass while you do absolutely everything—from riding the subway to having sex—then you can at least strike driving off the list. Because, as Cecilia Abadie recently found out, you might end up getting a ticket. » 10/30/13 10:51am 10/30/13 10:51am

Wienermobile Pulled Over, Deemed “Un-American" To Ticket

Cops in Pennsylvania let the Wienermobile go with a warning after pulling it over for a taillight violation. The reason? Local police sources told TMZ, "It's un-American to ticket the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile." Mom, apple pie and humongous meat. [TMZ] » 12/08/09 10:30am 12/08/09 10:30am

Watch A Police Car Make Love To A Camry, Now With Video!

Back in May, we ran a post about how one Illinois officer received his comeuppance for doing his job by having his cruiser get ran over by a Camry » 10/31/08 11:00am 10/31/08 11:00am. We now bring you the in-car video from the cop's perspective. The jury's still out on whether the 70-year old driver intended to dole out the harshness or if he simply…

Let's Motor! BMW Exec Jailed For Pinning 101 MPH Ticket on Son

The finance director of the Mini factory in Oxford is going to be spending six weeks in the clink after perjuring himself over a 101 MPH ticket. Thomas Moser claimed it was his 19-year old son that was propelling the Mini S more than twice the speed limit, probably trying to avoid the points on the license that could… » 11/05/07 2:00pm 11/05/07 2:00pm

Allen Funt Would Be Proud, Eh? Canada Secrets Away Speed Cams

Authorities in Edmonton, AB have obviously been hitting the back issues of ReadyMade and Surveillance Weekly pretty hard lately, as they've begun disguising speed cameras as ubiquitous power transformers and roadside utility boxes. (Side note, when entering the 10 off of Fairfax in LA last week, we saw a metering-light … » 11/09/05 12:33pm 11/09/05 12:33pm

Camera-Mounted Road Studs Photograph License Plates, Nab Speeders

Speed cameras, designed to be embedded in road pavement, have been tested in several countries, including the US, and will soon began nabbing speeders in Malaysia. The Hidden Botts (named after those reflective roadway implants) system, which is effectively invisible to drivers, includes one stud that calculates speed… » 8/24/05 9:53am 8/24/05 9:53am