Some numbers to chew on

Some numbers to chew on

Highway funding is back in the air. There’s a new round of the old lie that drivers don’t pay their fair share. This faceless menace called “drivers” is close to being a synonym for “Americans.” In the densest cities, only half the residents. Before painting ourselves as the enemy let’s look at some statistics from […]

New York Expands Drug and Alcohol Testing for Bus Drivers

New York Expands Drug and Alcohol Testing for Bus Drivers

By Joseph Miklos, a New York Car Accident Attorney with the law firm of Silberstein, Awad & Miklos, P.C. It would surprise most people to know that under current New York law, individuals that are licensed to operate school buses and certain other types of transportation are not required to undergo random drug testing, and […]

War on Cars Watch for February 13, 2019

War on Cars Watch for February 13, 2019

Welcome to the War on Cars Watch, a weekly blog to bring together all the stories that affect motorists with regards to street planning such as road diets, and traffic calming as well as programs such as Vision Zero and Complete Streets. Please read this blog and let us know what you think by commenting […]

In the Age of Driverless Cars, Auto Insurance Will Be More Important Than Ever

In the Age of Driverless Cars, Auto Insurance Will Be More Important Than Ever

Automakers have historically devised ingenious ways to make driving safer and more enjoyable. Now, with the advent of the autonomous vehicle (AV) approaching, we soon may not need to drive at all. According to a new Esurance report, driverless cars have the potential to become an affordable way to get from point A to point […]

The Turbo Tax

The Turbo Tax

You’ve heard the saying, your mileage may vary? Well, there’s a new variable you ought to take into account when you go shopping for a new car. You might call it the Turbo Tax. It’s paid two ways — up front and down the road. And it’s becoming harder to avoid either tax, because about […]