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Motorcycle Riders Now Allowed to “Lane Filter” in Arizona

Riding a motorcycle remains a popular pastime for many reasons, including the freedom the open road represents. Unfortunately, motorcycle riders are “invisible” to car and truck drivers too often, resulting in serious or fatal accidents. Motorcyclists in Arizona are now legally able to engage in “lane filtering,” also known as lane splitting. This practice is…

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Help for Veterans, Family Members, and Civilians Who Spent Time at Camp Lejeune

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What Are Speed Limiters on Commercial Trucks?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) recently published a notice of intent to proceed with rulemaking requiring speed limiters on commercial vehicles. Safety advocates believe speed limiters can prevent thousands of fatal traffic accidents each year, but truck drivers have their hesitations about the technology. Today’s blog provides an explainer about speed limiters and…

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Is My Dash Cam Footage Admissible in Court?

As camera technology gets smaller and less expensive, many car and truck owners are outfitting their vehicles with dashboard cameras, also known as dash cams. Cyclists and motorcyclists sometimes use similar cameras on their helmets. Often these cameras are just for recording the ride and scenery, but they also serve another purpose – recording footage…

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