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DMV Discriminates Against Transgender Motorists (Again)

DMV discriminates against transgender motorists again, this time in Louisiana. (You may recall we previously reported a South Carolina teen who was prohibited from wearing makeup in her driver's license photo. South Carolina's DMV relented after the ACLU took the...

Driverless Cars Must Deal With Motorists

Driverless cars must deal with motorists, and it's proving more difficult than expected. The New York Times reported this week one surprising problem encountered by Google's autonomous vehicle project: the difficulty of interacting with human drivers. Apparently the...

Georgia Hospitals Refuse Blood Tests for DUIs

Several Georgia hospitals refuse blood tests for conscious DUI suspects unless the suspect consents to the test. In Georgia, as in California and most states, if police get a search warrant they can take blood from a DUI suspect by force against their will. What the...

0INK Vanity Plate Goes to Indiana High Court

An 0INK Vanity Plate was the central issue last Thursday before the Indiana Supreme Court. Greenfield police officer Rodney Vawter, represented in court by the American Civil Liberties Union, challenged the decision by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles to revoke...

DUI Bicycle Arrest Highlights Risk of Riding After Drinking

A DUI bicycle arrest this week in Pennsylvania highlights the risk of riding a bicycle after consuming alcohol. Herman Ray Milke was arrested yesterday on charges stemming from a July 13 incident where he crashed his bicycle. Police waited for the results of his blood...

Apple’s Driverless Car Confirmed

Apple's driverless car project, code-named Titan, has long been a rumor in Silicon Valley. Last week The Guardian reported that documents confirmed the project's existence.In May, engineers from Apple's secretive Special Project group met with representatives of...

Economist Sees a World of Driverless Cars

There's an interesting piece in The Economist's Science & Technology section predicting a life where autonomous cars rule the roads. Most of the predictions have been made before, but there are some new statistical projections, including the reduction of urban...

Teen Fatalities Decreased in Connecticut

A new report in Connecticut indicates a significant reduction in crashes causing injury or death in which a 16- or 17-year-old was driving. The report credits the state's graduated driver licensing program as a principal reason for the decline.Since 2004, there has...