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GHOST RIDER SURVIVAL SERIES – RIDING TWO UP

RIDING TWO UP INTRODUCTION Helmets… check Gloves… check Pegs down… check Passenger… check You settle into the saddle, followed by the person who will be sitting just a deep breath away from your backside. As the pavement begins to roll under the pegs, you sense that all is right with the world. For many couples, [...]

Uber creates a 10% drop in DUIs

With Uber rising to 8 million active customers, it’s not a leap to suggest DUI could be reduced. It’s almost common knowledge an average DUI can run around $10,000 for a first offense, which includes a victim impact panel, online DUI school, attorney & court fees as well as a suspended license. Compared to a [...]

Nevada Licenses the First Self-Driving Freightliner

Bright blue LEDs trace outlines of the next generation autonomous cars, built with the intention of ease as well as accident & DUI prevention. This is the Daimler Freightliner Inspiration Truck. Daimler-Benz, owner of the Mercedes brand, has introduced the first fully self-driving, licensed Freightliner tractor trailer to operate in Nevada on May 5th 2015. This [...]

Nevada DMV Issues Driverless Vehicle License Plates

Since 2011, Nevada has allowed driverless cars to operate on its roads, in a bid to stem DUI’s, tickets, reckless driving, injuries and fatalities. An interesting tidbit is a special license plate is issued to autonomous vehicles in bright red as an identifier. It’s a bold idea to completely eliminate DUI’s and actual online DUI [...]

Ohio’s DUI Scarlet Letter Plates

Since 2004, Ohio has mandated anyone who has been charged with a DUI must use an identifying “scarlet letter license plate” As we teach in our online DUI class, those that are allowed a restricted license after being convicted of a DWI must exchange their normal license plates for a garish red and yellow plate. This [...]

Nevada’s DUI Implied Consent Law is Ruled Unconstitutional

From The Las Vegas Review Journal On October 16th the Nevada Supreme Court ruled the state DUI Implied Consent law is unconstitutional. Based on a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision called Missouri v. McNeely, the Nevada court said in a unanimous decision that the state’s law violates the Fourth Amendment against unreasonable search. Las Vegas attorney [...]

30 Seconds To Mars Jared Leto’s Brother Receives A DUI

Shannon Leto’s last post on instagram was on coffee a week ago, he loves it in fact, he should’ve chosen the bean over the bottle. Shannon Leto was arrested for a DUI around 7:00pm monday night in the Fairfax Blvd are in Los Angeles. Leto also has an outstanding traffic warrant for driving without a [...]

Tailgating Drivers and Karma

Tailgating is an annoyance caused by aggressive drivers. I’ve found some of the best examples of tailgaters receiving immediate karma for hanging on someone’s rear. This redneck in a lifted pickup tailgates a woman for a few minutes before swerving to the right of her and around, while flipping her the bird, before speeding ahead, [...]

For Most People, Nothing Is More Complex Than…

Unless a person is a surgeon or astronaut, there is nothing we deal with each day which is more complex than driving. Most people don’t realize the complexity, focus and forethought required to control a motor vehicle on the road. It is estimated by some experts that drivers require 1500 skills to control a four [...]

Not What I Expected

Not What I Expected When I first began to develop ABC DUI school, I believed it would be a creative business experience. Since the course was online, I expected telephone support to be limited to no more than answering a few tech questions or sending the occasional forgotten password. It didn’t take long to realize that [...]