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Don't believe everything you see about traffic violations

People in New York may have seen an image on Facebook or another social media account that has gone viral, depicting a ticket for distracted driving in the state of New York in the amount of $850. Despite the fact that this image has been shared nearly 250,000 times, it serves as a prime example that you cannot believe everything you see.

New York Court of Appeals allows unlimited license plate scanning

Drivers cannot reasonably expect any privacy in their license plate numbers, according to New York's highest court. After considering the question for the first time, the court held that law enforcement may use license plate scanners at will -- even when no one is suspected of any crime.

Increase in State Police presence in NYC results in drastic increase of traffic tickets

Traffic tickets are presumably issued in order to ensure motorists follow traffic rules and regulations, to make the road safer for everybody. The issuance of traffic tickets is not always based purely and simply on these motives, though. Behind the scenes, there can be political, administrative, and even personal factors at play in the issuance of a traffic ticket.

Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero program puts pressure on authorities to target “reckless” drivers, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero program and the intentional focus the program has put on reckless and negligent drivers. As we noted last time, the high vision of the program and the financial backing behind it puts pressure on law enforcement take an aggressive approach to the problem of traffic accidents.

Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero program puts pressure on authorities to target “reckless” drivers

Back in 2014, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced what is known as Vision Zero, a program created to reduce traffic fatalities. The program, which is partly based on a Swedish model, is aimed especially at addressing pedestrian deaths. The idea is that pedestrian deaths are better understood as the product of failed street design rather than mistakes in judgment.

NYC taxi drivers arrested for participation in scam.

A December arrest of NYC cabdrivers provides yet another warning to those who fail to review their credit card statements before providing payment. 12 drivers have been charged with grand larceny for their part in stealing almost $40,000 from individuals who’d had their credit card numbers stolen. Although the victims had not ridden with the cabbies, the numbers from their accounts were entered into the cab driver’s system when the drivers entered a “Rate 5” code into their meter.

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