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Reader's Digest Names Best, Worst, Deadliest American Roads

Reader's Digest Names Best, Worst, Deadliest American Roads

We may not hear as much from Reader's Digest now as we did in its heyday, but the company is still kicking, and its April issue features a survey of the best, worst, and deadliest roads in America. In compiling these lists, Reader's Digest has taken into consideration factors like the condition of... read more

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Homer Simpson on TomTom

TomTom Has Been Watching You Speed, And Now It's Telling All

You already know that many drivers use GPS devices, and that many of those devices are made by TomTom. What you may not have known is the degree to which TomTom has been... read more January 28, 2010 by  2


 
Red light camera in Beaverton, Oregon, from Wikipedia

Shocking Revelation: Red-Light Cameras Only About the Money!

Color us aghast. Can you imagine, a red-light camera program that's not about safety? Why, it turns out that all along we've been deceived. It's about ... yes ... the money... read more December 8, 2009 by  4


 
Red light camera in Beaverton, Oregon, from Wikipedia

Spitting Mad at Speed Cameras? Vote 'Em Out At The Ballot Box!

By now, every driver knows about traffic enforcement cameras. Found in more than 20 states, they photograph drivers committing traffic offenses, whether it's speeding or... read more November 6, 2009 by  2


 
Manhattan traffic, by Flickr ruser JamesH2008

Survey Finds Strong Support For Red-Light Cameras—In New York

A new survey from the well-respected research firm Public Opinion Strategies suggests that New York state voters support the use of red-light cameras—at least when it comes... read more October 2, 2009 by  5


 
Evil, evil monkey

WTF: Giant Monkey Is Gibbon Phoenix Police The Runaround

We don't mean to alarm anyone, but we have it on good authority that there's a giant monkey zipping around Phoenix in a Subaru Outback. The police have taken dozens of radar... read more September 10, 2009 by  1


 
GPS satellite

London Tries Anti-Speeding Black Box

By many accounts Britain is already a surveillance society, with a frighteningly high level of personal data collection and tracking. So somehow it's not too surprising that... read more July 8, 2009 by  2


 
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