Tag: dangerous

New dash cam portal will help police catch bad drivers

Robert Drane bmf.co.uk The increasing popularity of dash cams has enabled motorists to catch the actions of dangerous drivers, helping the police investigate countless incidents and making the roads safer. However, the popularity of these cameras has driven a surge in submitted reports to the police, making it difficult for them to keep up. On…

Oklahoma – FFH005

Event: Road Rage State/Province: Oklahoma Country: United States Event Date/Time: May 17, 2018 07:45:00 am Location: 34.17426109999999, -97.14362540000002 Vehicle Make/Model: Toyota/RAV4 Limited Event Description: This crazy woman needs to get up earlier instead of driving like a banshee to get to work, cutting cars off, riding tails, throwing her hands up in the air like…

Texas – 1142708

Event: Dangerous/worthless State/Province: Texas Country: United States Event Date/Time: March 14, 2018 16:25:00 pm Location: 33.01953723768729, -96.73343245211026 Vehicle Make/Model: Chevrolet/Suburban Event Description: I was on 15th Street in Plano, Tx, going from downtown Plano towards Coit Road. I was in the center lane and this piece of garbage pig was in the far left lane.…

Senate Approves Gianaris Dangerous Driver Bill

The state Senate last week approved legislation that would increase penalties for drivers who kill or seriously injure another person while driving with revoked, suspended or otherwise invalid licenses. Under the measure reintroduced by state Sen. Michael Gianaris, anyone caught driving a motor vehicle without a valid license who strikes or kills a pedestrian would…

Dangerous drivers prosecuted using dash cam footage

itv.com A campaign to highlight dangerous driving, which launched in October last year, has already resulted in 58 driving offences being caught on camera by the public. North Wales Police began Operation Snap in response to the increasing number of videos and photos they were receiving from people who had witnessed motoring offences on the…

Change One Bad Habit at a Time

smart phone while driving

Did you know that the majority of Americans — 88.5 percent — feel that a driver talking on a cell phone represents a somewhat or a serious threat to their personal safety? That proportion increases to 95.7 and 95.1 percent, respectively, with regards to driver’s text messaging or emailing behind the wheel, and drivers checking…