Road Traffic & Motoring Law Blogs

Road traffic and motoring blawg posts, published by road traffic lawyers and motoring solicitors/attorneys and criminal defence law firms.

Road Traffic Accidents caused by Bad Roads

by MichaelLewin September 24, 2014 Road Traffic

With winter rapidly approaching and the temperatures tumbling in the oncoming months, the state of the UK’s roads come into question again. Counsels spend millions of pounds repairing the roads however many of you will know examples of where there is a pot hole which has remained a hazard for quite some time. Between March […]

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Don’t Drive Into Jail Parking Lot When Drunk

by Zelick Glimelstein February 21, 2014 Accident Claims

When you’ve been out drinking all night, make sure you drive into a jail parking lot on your way home. Why? Well, it seems to be the place to go for at least two Florida residents. Law enforcement loves it when people who have had too much to drink, drive their vehicle to the county […]

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Those Red Lights are Flashing for YOU!

by David Faltz February 6, 2014 Accident Claims

(Road Traffic Law, US/general) Ah, the open road. Is there anything quite like the feeling of freedom you get when you can go anywhere you want? People around the world like to point out how much we Americans love our cars, but we value not so much the cars themselves as the mobility they offer. […]

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Young Drivers and Australian Traffic Laws

by Lana Wilde December 5, 2013 Road Traffic

Young drivers face scores of dangers after passing their provisional driving test. Often, this is caused by the excitement of being able to drive which leads to lapses in their concentration and in some situation they lack substitute for experience. Compared to older and more experienced drivers, the young and inexperienced are more likely to […]

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DUI & Endangerment: Understanding Your Charges

by KariLloyd September 24, 2013 Arrest

(US Law) There are some criminalized acts on the books that many people don’t even realize are crimes, but when it comes to driving under the influence (DUI), this is not a realistic belief. Even with some of the consequences of a DUI conviction being common knowledge, there are still numerous DUI arrests every year. […]

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Car Lawsuits That Make your Head Spin

by Law Guru August 13, 2013 Car Accidents

Most car lawsuits follow a specific pattern: someone alleges that someone else is responsible for an accident, leading that person to seek damages to pay for car repair and, if necessary, medical expenses. That being said, every once in a while a car lawsuit that is so odd it makes you shake your head comes […]

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Two Face DUI Charges after Crashing into Indiana State Police Cars

by ParkmanLawFirm July 1, 2013 Criminal Law

Two drivers have been arrested on DUI charges after they crashed into two Indiana State Police cars at the same location on I-465 early on Sunday morning.  The incident began just before 2:30 a.m. when State Trooper Josh Graves was dispatched to the southbound lanes near 56th street at the 39.2 mile marker to remove […]

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Don’t Lose Your Cargo: Towing Safety 101

by edralyn June 17, 2013 General Law

If there are images in this attachment, they will not be displayed. Download the original attachment Don’t Lose Your Cargo: Towing Safety 101 No matter whether you’re towing a boat or a trailer, doing so safely is paramount. There’s very little possibility that you’ll be the only driver on the road, which means that you’re […]

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What Is Misdemeanor And How Many Types It Has?

by callygreene June 15, 2013 Accident Claims

Misdemeanors in a Nutshell Misdemeanors refer to less considerable kinds of criminal acts that are recognized and punishable by typical legal or lawful systems across the globe. However and still, the definitions or extremes of the actions that are considered as misdemeanors would essentially vary based on your locality or your country. Particularly, such definitions […]

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Are Field Sobriety Tests Designed to be Failed?

by sequoialegal June 15, 2013 Road Traffic

By Katherine North, Attorney at The Law Office of Randolph H. Wolf Police officers commonly use roadside standard field sobriety tests (“SFSTs”) in DWI investigations to determine whether a driver is under the influence of alcohol.  These tests usually consist of a series of three to five tests, such as the heel-to-toe, one-leg stand, horizontal […]

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