Driver's Ed • The Cost Of Driving Drunk

Posted by Karen Ali on Oct 14, 2016 4:33:00 PM

There are no winners...

A 20-year-old resident of Connecticut was speeding one morning around 3 a.m. - coming home from a bar - when his car rolled over, his female passenger ejected from the sunroof.

Neither were wearing seat belts.

He was driving so fast he lost control of his car. He had also been drinking - his blood alcohol level was later tested, and it was found to be about .130.

He survived.

The passenger was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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Topics: New Driver, Driver's Ed, driving laws

CT Teen Driver Restrictions

Posted by Christine Rodriguez on May 23, 2016 4:30:00 PM

It's no secret that teen driver restrictions in Connecticut can get confusing. When can I drive? Who am I allowed to drive with? Is my brother allowed to ride with me? It is easy to forget the details, but unfortunately if you do, you can be in some trouble. Keep these restrictions in mind the next time you hit the road. 

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Topics: Safe driving, New Driver, New Driver Restrictions, safety, Driver's Ed, driving, Education, laws, driving laws

Strange Driving Laws From Around The World

Posted by Dave Becker on Dec 10, 2015 12:00:00 PM

We’re all familiar with the basic laws of driving. Drive on the right side of the road. Red means stop. You know, those kinds of things. But in some parts of the world, there are driving laws that aren’t so basic. Some of the laws are just, well… strange.

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Topics: driving, laws, driving laws

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