The state’s budget crisis has recently fueled speculation that ramped-up enforcement operations are simply a backdoor tax to help pad California’s coffers.
A woman who smashed a Subaru Outback into a pillar of a Foothill (210) Freeway underpass in Azusa Wednesday died instantly in the crash, which was blamed on high speed.
Getting Southern California drivers to slow down may be a good job for a dummy and the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department is testing that theory along the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
A motorist fatally injured when he crashed into a pole early Tuesday was believed to have been speeding, a coroner’s spokesman said.
To some people “the 10″ is how many speeding tickets they’ve gotten in Los Angeles or how many miles you’re sure you’re doing under the speed limit….when you got rung up.
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Taking an unsafe turn on your Harley in Riverside County? You better be prepared to pay up.
It looks like a bum knee isn’t enough to slow down Andrew Bynum.