31 Blog Posts From July 2017


TheNewspaper.com Roundup: July 31, 2017

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: July 31, 2017

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –IA upholds ban on driving High– –OH gives cities OK to use cams– –NJ says accidents not always careless– Friday, July 28, 2017 Iowa Supreme Court Upholds Ban On Driving While High Iowa courts are holding firm against any relaxation of the laws related to driving under the influence (DUI) […]

Why does the Rush to Driverless have to be at the Speed of Light?

The oos Base presents The Car of the Future weekly feature: In the rush to driverless, there are many questions that have not yet been answered especially when it comes to cybersecurity and auto privacy of autonomous vehicles (AVs). Representative Debbie Dingell (MI) recently told Bloomberg BNA, “I think every single member up here is worried about cybersecurity […]

2017 Lincoln Continental Review

The oos Base presents Eric Peter’s Car Review, a weekly Saturday feature on the oos blog.  *  *  * Comebacks are never easy — but they are doable. Ask Cadillac. Not so very long ago, GM’s luxury car division was on the mat, the count at seven or eight. Cadillac had lost its mojo, traded it […]

Let’s open a bottle of John Adams

A resident of Newton, Massachusetts explained in a public meeting how well the parking system worked for him. When long time residents had a party, police didn’t enforce parking laws. When college students had a party, police towed all the cars away. I shouldn’t pick on just Newton here. The Traffic Council has contempt for […]

Why You Should Always Go to the Doctor After a Crash

Why You Should Always Go to the Doctor After a Crash

When you’ve been through a car crash, you just want to put it behind you. Nevertheless, there are crucial steps you need to take to protect yourself in case a serious injury surfaces down the road. No one wants to come away from a wreck with injuries, but even if you’re the type who never […]