What is Houstons Tow and Go Service FT

What is Houston’s Tow and Go Service?

What is Houston's Tow and Go Service? The Houston-Galveston Area Council wants to remind road users that a totally free, life saving, and traffic reducing service is available. Tow and Go is an awesome social service that Houston drivers can benefit from in an emergency. What is...
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What is the Law at a Flashing Yellow Arrow FT

What is the Law at Flashing Yellow Arrows?

Tweet this article What is the Law at a Flashing Yellow Arrow? What does the blinking yellow arrow at an intersection mean and why is it popping up all of a sudden? You may have encountered the country’s newest traffic signal update and not known how to proceed. Turns out, you...
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290 Elevated Bypass Hopes To Simplify Travel

290 Elevated Bypass That Hopes To Simplify Travel Construction has already begun for the 290 elevated bypass that hopes to simplify travel for drivers on Highway 6. The bridge will begin south of North Eldridge Parkway and enable cars to skip over Wortham Blvd., HWY 290,...
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Texas Finally Conquers Texting and Driving

Think twice about sending that text message, Texas. After a long and turbulent journey, the texting and driving law we have all been waiting for makes its way to every road in the state. Laws against distracted driving are popping up all over the country and Texas will finally be...
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Digital Speed Limit Signs

Digital Speed Limit Signs

The roadway is a complete ghost town, you are the only vehicle on the road, the speed limit reads 70 mph and you say to yourself “Why not, punch it!” You grip the steering wheel for better control because right now your speedometer needle is going up from 60 to 100 mph and it...
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Watch Your Car Month

July Is Watch Your Car Month

July has been historically documented as the peak period for auto crimes, and as a result the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles has officially declared July as ‘Watch Your Car Month’ to help Texans make wise choices in regards to auto crime prevention. According to the Texas...
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Texas State Inspection Sticker 2014

Texas DMV Adopts Single Sticker System

Since the 1950’s the Department of Public Safety have required Texas motorists to display a sticker on the vehicle windshield, which established a valid safety inspection status. In May of 2013, the Texas Senate passed Bill 1350, therefore combining the process of attaining...
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SXSW Fatality

Deadly Crash at SXSW in Austin, TX

At 12:30am on the morning of March 13th, an Austin Texas police officer attempted to pull a vehicle over for a traffic-stop in accordance with an overtime-detail project known as the Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP); which specifically aims to apprehend motorists who...
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