ABC 15 News in Phoenix reports that a Department of Public Safety (DPS) trooper caught a driver using the HOV lane on U. S. Highway 60 with a mannequin rather than a second passenger.
The trooper, who was a recent graduate of a law enforcement academy and was doing field training spotted the driver with
The Tucson Department of Transportation intends to put six new radar detectors mounted on trailers to remind motorists to keep an eye on their speed on the city’s streets and roadways.
Tucson’s KGUN 9 News reports that according to TDOT Traffic Safety Manager Blake Olofson, the detectors won’t be iss
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates an estimated 2 million new drivers are hitting the road each year. One main reason for the number of annual crashes on our roadways each year is directly related to driver inexperience.
According to ABC Action News in Phoenix, an A
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) recently issued its 2018 Motor Vehicle Crash Facts Report Summary on Tuesday, June 18th. YourValley.net reported that while the ADOT report indicates fewer crashes in 2018 as compared to 2017 on Arizona’s highways and roads, there was a 1% increase in the numb
Earlier this month, Ford issued recalls for 1.3 million of its vehicles made in the last 10 years.
According to Fox 10 in Phoenix, this latest recall covers Ford’s Econoline vans and pickup trucks, Explorer SUV’sand F-150 pickup trucks for model years 2011 to 2017. Ford said in a statement that it wou
This is the time of year when drivers need to be extra careful when setting out. In Arizona, we aren’t quite as used to the cold wintry weather. While other areas of the country are used to snow and icy conditions can make roads slippery and hazardous, it’s especially important to prepare before setting o
Tucson, Ariz. (Nov. 27, 2013) – As of Thanksgiving weekend, the rains have come to quench the Arizona desert. But dust storms are still in the news, especially after an Oct. 29 storm caused a 21-car pileup on I-10 between Tucson and Phoenix. With the number of dust storms steadily rising – a trend expecte