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Volkswagen Deals With the Storm

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671

As ordered, on Thursday April 21st, Volkswagen presented its ‘plan’ to a San Francisco Federal Court Judge for responding to alleged rigging of its diesel vehicles to cheat on emissions testing. Most media reports say more questions than answers still remain. Even the issue of buying back or fixing the ‘rigged’ cars in the US—estimated at roughly 500,000 vehicles— remains unclear.

The Motor Vehicle Driver and Liberalized Attitudes Toward Intoxicants

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670

The Liberal Party of Canada’s website www.liberal.ca includes among the many various topics in its platform the promise to “legalize, regulate, and restrict access to marijuana.” The reason for this promise, it says, is because the current system of marijuana prohibition does not work: it criminalizes too many Canadians for minor non-violent offences; it finances the more threatening activities of organized crime; and it has failed to “keep marijuana out of the hands of children.”

The Old 55 MPH Speed Limit in the U.S. Significantly Reduced Fatalities

Article Number: 
669

The car trip season is fast approaching, if not already underway what with Canadian snowbirds and retirees on both coasts packing up in the United States and driving north back to Canada. They tell of well-maintained highways, heavy traffic around major cities at almost all hours—forget the ‘rush hour’—and an almost non-existent adherence to posted speed limits.

Safe Driving at Night Requires the Best Available Headlight System

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668

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) describes itself as “an independent, non-profit scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries, and property damage — from crashes on the nation's roads.” Wholly supported by auto insurers and insurance associations, IIHS, since its founding in 1959, has been “a leader in finding out what works and doesn't work to prevent motor vehicle crashes from happening in the first place and to minimize injuries in the crashes that still occur.”

10 Years in Jail for Drunk Driving Causing Multiple Deaths

Article Number: 
667

In early March, Road Rules wrote about ‘the Jeep driver’ with a blood alcohol level three times the legal driving limit whose vehicle  “T-boned” a minivan killing four of the six occupants: a grandfather and his three grandchildren, siblings all, aged two, five, and nine.  The investigation revealed that the Jeep driver, having braked for almost four seconds, struck at 85 km/h—hence the indication is that the vehicle speed limit was significantly in excess of the speed limit.

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