Traffic Troubles - New London, CT

Posted by Rick Uva on May 15, 2019 1:45:46 PM

Every town has its traffic trouble spots. On this episode of Traffic Troubles, The Next Street visited Officer Soccio with the New London Police Department. We talked about what some of the department's major concerns were when it came to traffic within New London and went to visit them. One thing to keep in mind about New London, which is something that happens to a lot of other smaller cities, is that the roads were built a long time ago. Meaning, when built, the growth of the city was not a major concern, so being able to handle so much traffic was not expected. Officer Soccio went over why these areas were concerning and how, and when, to avoid trouble in these areas.  

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Topics: tips, Safe driving, laws, speed limits, driver training, traffic, Connecticut, driver, summer, New London, Police, New London Police

The Benefits of Your Teen Having Their License

Posted by Alexa Farrell on May 8, 2018 2:03:39 PM

When your teen has their driver's license, and you no longer have to schedule your day around theirs, you might be wondering "now that I have this free time, what can I do?" Don't worry. We've put together a list of ideas to help you figure it out.

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Topics: New Driver, Parents, Driver's Ed, Driving School, driver training, driver's license, summer, moms

Driver's Ed  •  How to Survive Weird Roads

Posted by Corey DeVellis on Aug 9, 2016 10:00:00 AM

NAVIGATING ONE WAYS, STEEP HILLS AND ROUNDABOUTS

New drivers will quickly realize that not all roads seem to follow the rules. In this post, we’ll Go Ahead and give you some quick tips that can benefit both the experienced driver just as much as those fresh out of driver's ed.

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Topics: tips, driving, Driving School, driver training

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