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Two Semi Truck Drivers Ticketed in Wisconsin

Two semi-truck drivers were ticketed for traffic violations in separate accidents near Madison Wednesday morning. The first driver, David Jenkins, 55, of Nashville Tenn., was cited for reckless driving and endangering safety after he fell asleep behind… Read More

What Do You Gain by Speeding?

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation published this interesting article on their web site under the May Law of the Month section: After months of slipping and sliding on roadways, drivers now have the luxury of clear pavement and nice weather.… Read More

Truck Driver Convicted of Falsifying Log

A federal jury Wednesday convicted an Indiana truck driver of falsifying his log after he was found innocent of criminal charges in a fatal bus crash that killed five people near Osseo, Wisconsin. Michael Kozlowski, 26, of Schererville, Ind., was found… Read More

Fatal Semi-Truck Accident in California

An out of control semi-truck smashed several cars and killed 2 people before running into an LA bookstore during the afternoon rush hour in La Canada Flintridge, CA. The driver, Marcos Costa, 43, was arrested on suspicion of gross vehicular man slaughter… Read More

Roundabouts Being Introduced In Wisconsin

I cant get right! Look kids! Big Ben, Parliament! Chevy Chase as Clark Griswold in European Vacation Roundabout intersections arent new to Wisconsin, but to many Wisconsin drivers roundabouts may be a unique experience. Roundabouts are designed to redirect… Read More

Car Accident Victim Awarded $275,000 Verdict

Attorney Rich Kalkhoff won a $275,000 verdict on behalf of a Wauwatosa man who was injured in a Milwaukee County auto accident in July of 2005. Joe Cerniglia, 39, stopped at the traffic light at N. 68th Street and W. Bluemound Road in Wauwatosa. While… Read More

Elderly Car Crash Deaths Drop

A recent study performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that elderly drivers (70+) are safer than they were a decade ago. Heres what the study found: Between 1997 and 2006, fatalities fell 21% despite a 10% rise in the number… Read More

Teen Driver Safety Week

This week is National Teen Driver Safety Week and this years theme is Ride Like a Friend.  A major focus will be on teens to make better decisions such as not riding with inexperienced drivers, refraining from distracting behavior and always wearing a… Read More

Buckle Up for the Budget

Click it or ticket!  This time Wisconsin law makers may mean it. The state of Wisconsin could be given up to $20 million by the federal government for changing its seat belt law by July 1st allowing officers to stop vehicles when they suspect drivers… Read More

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