http://RevolutionNews.US — Fox Caught Distorting The Truth On "Stoned Driver" Impairment... Fox News busted reporting fake news; drivers on Cannabis: Fox News created a news story with a test they designed to measure the accuracy of stoned drivers. One of the participants knew they would skew the truth of the test, so this video shows the undercover footage Max provides, to show how Fox News created this test to fail and reported false news to the state of Colorado on Medicated drivers.
After decades of male taunts over their driving skills, women can take heart from a new study Monday revealing that they are actually the better sex when it comes to parking.
A review of CCTV footage from 700 British car parks and interviews with 2,000 drivers found that when a range of factors are considered, including the method used and the time taken, women come out on top.
PHOENIX—An appeals court has issued a ruling that upholds the right of authorities to prosecute pot smokers in Arizona for driving under the influence even when there is no evidence that they are actually high.
The ruling by the Court of Appeals focuses on the chemical compounds in marijuana that show up in blood and urine tests after people smoke pot. One chemical compound causes drivers to be impaired; another is a chemical that stays in people's systems for weeks after they've smoked marijuana but doesn't affect impairment.
CLEARWATER, Fla. - The new law that requires proof of citizenship to get or renew your driver's license is an inconvenience to some of us, but one man in Pinellas County says it's a violation of his rights.
Adrian Wyllie, radio talk show host and chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida refuses to provide the paperwork necessary to renew his expired license. He also refuses to stop driving.
"I believe I am in the position of right and the state needs to be correcte,d" said Wyllie.
Laws that ban the practice of texting while driving are designed to keep drivers' attention on the road and avoid accidents, but new research published Tuesday by the Highway Loss Data Institute suggest otherwise.