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  • If drivers and passengers fail to put on their seat belts, they can be pulled over and given a ticket. So how much is a seat belt ticket and what are the dangerous of not wearing one?

Is Motorcycle Lane Splitting Legal and Is It Safe?

  • Lane splitting is the practice of a motorcycle driving between two rows of stopped or moving cars in the same lane. This practice has become extremely common occurrence on highways and roads. For this reason, drivers must stay attentive on the road and learn how to deal with them to ensure safety. But is lane
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Distracted Driving: Are California drivers obsessed with selfies?

  • At any moment during the day over half a million drivers are fiddling with a cell phone from behind the wheel, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.  Chatting, texting, or playing games while driving is risky behavior for sure; but this new trend may be even worse.  According to a new study by
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Texting not the only distracted driving danger: Mobile games quickly taking over

  • Texting not the only distracted driving danger: Mobile games quickly taking over. – blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets. Texting isn’t the only distracted driving danger. Safety advocates are also concerned about drivers being addicted to their mobile games and playing while behind the wheel. Just recently, a driver
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Are more CA drivers using a phone behind the wheel?

  • Are more California drivers using a phone behind the wheel? –  blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets.  We all know it’s bad to text and drive.  And illegal. But drivers can’t seem to help themselves. According to a study conducted by the California Office of Traffic Safety in April of this
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Traveling this summer? Remember California speed law basics

  • Traveling this summer? Remember California speed law basics. – blog submitted by ticketbust.com, helping drivers contest and dismiss their traffic tickets.  Traveling this summer? Watch for speed limit changes when crossing county and state lines or entering towns.  The general speed limit for California freeways is 65 mph. In more rural areas you might see higher
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