You might think you know the rules of the road, but misinformation can spread like wildfire. From getting out of a ticket to making excuses for speeding, it’s time to clear up some traffic misconceptions once and for all.
Philadelphia resident Brian Yan might be the recipient of a new world record. He went from parking his car to getting a ticket in under a minute. Maybe quicker.
Amazingly, the officer was fine.
The fire hydrant. For decades, it has been feared by any New York City driver who dares to venture out without a tape measure. If your car comes within 15 feet of a hydrant, the next thing you know you may be at the tow pound, picking it up with a several hundred dollar bill.
It's the week before the United States Grand Prix—do you know where your tickets are? Lucky you, then. Until I got my tickets late yesterday, I thought mine were wherever Kimi's paycheck is—completely missing in action. Other fans? Not so lucky.
Ticketing a driver for a vehicle violation gives them no good incentive to fix the broken taillight, headlight, or whatever. Eugene, Oregon's new citation system is much, much better.
Not that we'd advocate skirting the long arm of the law or anything, but if you've got any open tickets with the city of Detroit's 36th District Court right now, it's a good time to show up at court.
Getting pulled over is one of the worst feelings in the world. It's also one of those times that you wish you were someone else.
Conventional wisdom says booking a vacation yourself will save you a lot of money—but conventional wisdom isn't always right. New (and old) methods of booking travel can save money in ways that weren't possible just five years ago, so we decided to find out: In 2012, what's the cheapest, most efficient way to book a…
Formula One is making its triumphant return to the Unites States this November, and we know how you can get trackside at the United States Grand Prix without paying a dime. There's just one catch.
A man in Medinah, Illinois was recently arrested by police after wiping his rear end with a parking ticket and stuffing it into a city payment box. Nice in theory, not reality. Eww. [Daily Herald]
A nationwide study examining police ticket data across the United States has revealed one very important list — which cars don't get tickets. We've broken down the list below.
Remember self-described social media evangelist Philip Odegard's claimed 210+ MPH Bugatti Veyron ticket? The California Highway Patrol now claims he made it up. But not before our story ended up on last night's episode of Top Gear.