Category: Traffic Rules and Regulations

Abandoned cars can still be found around town

What Does The City Do With The Abandoned Cars On Your Block

History Of Abandoned Cars In NYC New Yorkers who lived or grown up in NYC prior to the mid-1990s know how much the city has changed. Those folks will remember the way the rough and tumble streets of the city looked. Between burnt out building and thousands of abandoned cars

Street Closures around the UN General Assembly

Street Closures Around The UN Will Bring Heavy Traffic To NYC This Week

The UN General Assembly Is Back It’s that time of year again New Yorkers, representatives of nations around the world are meeting at the United Nations in Midtown this week. All the increased diplomatic activity in the city means potential traffic headaches for many Manhattan drivers. The annual General Assembly

cashless tolling

How Drivers Can Avoid Late Fees When Using E-Z Pass And Cashless Tolling

Cashless Tolls In NY Is Changing The Way We Use The Roads Cashless tolls have radically transformed the way New Yorkers get around town and beyond. Gone are the days of sitting in traffic waiting for cars to ease through toll booths. Now drivers can speed right through some of

Defensive driving is crucial

How NYC Drivers Can Remarkably Benefit From Defensive Driving

Can You Handle The Mean Streets Of NYC Behind The Wheel? New Yorkers know how aggressive these city streets can be. Amidst all the honking, bustling traffic and crazy drivers, it’s easy to get find yourself lost and confused in the chaos. Moreover, many drivers choose to put their desire

Gridlock alert days coming to NYC

How Can We Address NYC’s Growing Gridlock Problem?

NYC Infamous Gridlock Woes Drivers in New York City know how bad gridlock gets on a daily basis. From the West Side Highway to the FDR Drive and everywhere in between, there’s simply no escape if you brave the streets in your car during rush hour. Gridlock not only affects

SLower speed limits are effective at protection pedestrians and bikers

Studies Show Lower Speed Limits Save Lives

Data Backs Up What Safety Advocates Have Long Campaigned For There’s some encouraging news for cities trying to reduce speeding: New research from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reaffirms the idea that lowering posted speed limits is effective at reducing driver speeds. New York has led the way in

If you have tinted windows you may want to read this

Driving With Tinted Windows In NYC? You May Want To Take a look at this..

Did You Ever Think You Could Get A Ticket For This? Driver’s in NYC love their cars and go to great lengths to upgrade them to their liking. Sometimes these upgrades can cost more than what you paid for. Most drivers would assume that they are more likely to get

Be careful when passing a school bus in NYC!

Why You Really Don’t Want To Illegally Pass A School Bus In NYC This Fall

Schools Almost here… New York City has a lot of kids and with that comes a lot of school buses. As the new school year inches closer, roads will soon see a lot more traffic. Unfortunately, this increases the possibility of terrible traffic and pedestrian accidents on our city streets.

vehicle idling is a problem in nyc

Vehicle Idling Hurts More Than Your Car…

Idling Your Car In The City Is Unnecessary New York City is miserably hot and humid during the dog days of summer. In particular, August can be especially brutal. If you ever sat in traffic during New York’s heat waves, you know how terrible it is. At the end of

E-bikes are coming to NYC

E-Bikes Become Street Legal In NYC And Bikers Love It

Bikers Can Now Cruise The City Streets With Ease… New Yorkers are always on the move. Whether by car, bike or walking, New Yorkers have a variety of ways to get around town. Now there’s another option hitting the road that gives New Yorkers a way to get around the