Getting tickets are no fun—but speeding certainly is! Learn how to effectively prevent yourself from getting that next citation.
Cars, horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians have travelled on the left hand side of the road for centuries in the UK. Why is this the case? Where did this system originate?
Turning right on a red light is old news. We do it without thinking about it. But when was the last time you turned left on a red light? It is legal in most states and under certain circumstances.
If you have an older car and a limited budget, this article is for you. How to pass the DMV emissions smog test, organized in ascending order of cost. I have also included many important maintenance tips.
A smog test technician evaluates five common suggestions about how to pass the California smog test.
Most of the world's traffic drives on the right side of the road, but it's not always been this way. In the past, most people travelled on the left. Why did they change and which countries still drive on the left?
How do you go about renewing a South African driver's licence? This article will show you how, step by step.
If you're thinking of buying a car as an ex-pat in Germany, this is your survival guide. The gems in here will save you money, stress, and time. In here is everything I wish I knew when I bought my car!
The nine most commonly broken traffic laws are listed, based on the statistics provided by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. If you avoid these things, you can avoid getting ticketed.
If you've got a penchant for pressing the gas pedal a little too far, then a speeding ticket is an inevitable pain in the butt. On the bright side, fighting and beating speeding tickets in Washington State is a lot easier than you might think
What driving laws have you broken lately? Did you get a moving violation, a parking ticket or a warning from a traffic officer? Let's explore the top ten most commonly broken driving laws.
What is emissions testing? What are the laws and rules applied to used automobiles in Connecticut? What states require emissions testing? Do car emissions cause cancer?