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We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us…
Being that it is the New Year, many of us try to better our lives. It’s a time for reflection, a time to re-assess and ask ourselves the tough questions. Am I doing what I am supposed to be doing? Am I living …
Unless you are shooting a remake of Casablanca, fog not only sucks, it is also very dangerous.
When you are on the road and find yourself covered in one of nature’s blankets, these tips can help.
Don’t have a designated driver? Taxicabs too much $$ and who wants to leave their car at the bar? You need a Road Angel!
Have you ever heard of Road Angels? Check this out…
“Please join my team or just sign up to drive ONE DAY as a Designated Driver = show of DUI-solving solidarity!”
The Road Angels Concept …
“Helping thy neighbor” is the natural tendency of the majority of people whether they believe in God, agnostic or atheists. It starts with the parental love and care and radiates to people around us. However, in a jaded, litigious and self-centered society we live in, this instinct is generally suppressed by the conventional wisdom. Experience teaches us to think about all possible negative outcomes. Hence, the saying “good deeds don’t go unpunished…”
From L.A. Now
Palmdale motorists with outstanding warrants for driving under the influence of alcohol had better beware, officials at the Palmdale sheriff’s station warned Friday. Deputies are coming after you.
“Many who get caught drinking and driving are under the false hope that if they simply avoid the court system, the whole thing might fade away,” Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Det. Jeff Perkins said in …
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By Lisa Napoli
Correction, 5/24/12: This post mistakenly described the Beverly Hills Marketing effort in a way that could imply it was fraudulent. KCRW does not have any evidence of fraudulent activity and so regrets the error.
The note was stuck in the driver side door of my car. I discovered it Friday evening in the staff parking lot at Santa Monica College. My first thought was, “Wow, that …
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Deaths from car accidents have dropped in California. Our state enacted a ban on hand-held cell phone use while driving in back July, 2008. This according to the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and as a result, the news is good.
Records showed that two years before and two years after the hand-held ban went into effect, overall traffic deaths declined 22 percent while hand-held cell phone …
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Really, I do have a great idea!
(According to my husband and kids, this is a phrase I say quite frequently.
Oh, and for clarification – I DO have great ideas.)
In today’s connected 24/7 world we have so much information constantly bombarding, attacking if you will, our lives. It’s hard to keep track of it all. This is where I come in. With my insane twitter …
As February comes to a close, I assess my first several weeks of 2012.
Have I kept my New Year’s resolutions?
Am I on track for making this my “best year ever”?
Like so many things the answer is both yes and no. Not like when I was in my teens and 20s, the older I get the more I come to understand life isn’t black and …
I heard from a reader that the amnesty program is not all that it is cracked up to be.
I’ve included a section from ” Gullible in LA” ….
“Warning: You cannot just go to court thinking you are going to finally be done with it by paying 50% of the fine. The ticket in question has to be in “collection” status via GC Services Limited …
California adopted a law requiring that headlights (not driving lights; not fog lights) must be turned on whenever your windshield wipers are in operation (ie. whenever it’s raining) regardless of the time of day
V C Section 24400 Headlamps on Motor Vehicles
Headlamps on Motor Vehicles
24400. (a) A motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, shall be ( )1 equipped with at least two headlamps, with at least one …