Labor Day 2017

As 100+ degree temperatures decrease, backyard barbecues and extended-family picnics increase over Labor Day weekend, marking the end of the season. Labor Day also means more cars and SUV’s on the road, as people venture out for one more quick vacation or celebration. More cars and SUV’s on the road increases the likelihood of crashes—especially when factoring in Labor Day … Read More

Back-Up Cameras will be Standard Equipment in 2018

Back-up Cameras Standard Equipment in 2018Back-Up Cameras help prevent unintentional back-over crashes which account for approximately 300 deaths and 18,000 injuries each year, according to the National Highway Safety Administration.WHAT IT DOES:It shows a wide view behind your car while in reverse, even at night.WHAT IT DOES NOT DO:The view will not be clear if the lens is covered by ... Read More

What are Those Warning Lights on my Dashboard?

Each of these safety systems are designed to keep your car from wanderings off the road, driving into the car in front of it and not running over pedestrians. Here are some links with more details. Honda Sensing Toyota Safety Sense Volvo Pilot Assist Nissan ProPilot General Motors Super Cruise Some funny new warning lights

Why Did I Get a Red Light Ticket In Mesa?

The Violation Code for a Red Light ticket is Arizona Revised Statute 28-645 “traffic facing a steady red signal alone shall stop before entering the intersection” But what does that mean? How does that help Me? If there is a camera at the intersection there is a painted line that you need to be aware of. There are 4 pictures … Read More

New Arizona Traffic Laws 2017-2018

C. A PERMITTEE MAY NOT DRIVE A MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE USING A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICE FOR ANY REASON EXCEPT DURING AN EMERGENCY IN WHICH STOPPING THE MOTOR VEHICLE IS IMPOSSIBLE OR WILL CREATE AN ADDITIONAL EMERGENCY OR SAFETY HAZARD. A PEACE OFFICER MAY NOT STOP OR ISSUE A CITATION TO A PERSON OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE ON A HIGHWAY IN … Read More

A.R.S. 28-701A the Arizona Speeding Ticket

You don’t get a speeding ticket in Arizona because you are going faster that the “Posted Limit” Arizona Revised Statute 28-701 does not even have the words “Posted Limit” anywhere in the text. You get a Speeding Ticket because of line A in 28-701A. A. A person shall not drive a vehicle on a highway at a speed greater than … Read More

Back to School Safety

School buses are the safest mode of transportation for getting children back and forth to school.70 X Safer Than Travelling by CarBuses are Designed to Be SaferStudents are about 70 times more likely to get to school safely when taking a bus instead of traveling by car. That’s because school buses are the most regulated vehicles on the road; they’re ... Read More

Arizona Traffic Ticket and Complaint

The rules for what happens if you don't deal with your ticket are printed on the ticket.If the Civil Traffic Box is CheckedCIVIL TRAFFIC: If the Civil Traffic box is checked, notice is hereby given that if you fail to appear as directed in this complaint a default judgement will be entered against you, a civil sanction will be imposed, ... Read More

Can You do Defensive Driving School Online in Arizona

The Supreme Court of Arizona Administers the Defensive Driving Program, which is actually a Court Diversion Program. If you have an eligible violation (listed below) every court under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court defined in Arizona Revised Statute 28-3391 as a juvenile division of the superior court, a justice of the peace court or a municipal court shall allow … Read More

traffic school az

The answer is 60 days The specific wording in the law s is found in section B item 1 “If a case is commenced by issuance, it shall be issued within sixty days of the alleged violation.”If you are worried about a Photo-TicketThe law for Photo-Tickets is also found in Arizona Revised Statute 28-1592. The answer is 90 days from … Read More