Mary Blake had suffered a traumatic brain injury in a bicycle fall and a medical competency road test was deemed necessary before she could get behind the wheel again.
‘Just be glad I’m not a State Trooper. Wake up and drive right.’
Mark Ledoux of Hudson, New Hampshire was arrested at 1:30 a.m. Saturday on the Everett Turnpike. Police had received several reports of a vehicle headed northbound in the southbound lanes. They say it took a while to get the vehicle to stop. Police say Ledoux’s blood alcohol level was two and a half times the legal limit.
Gas, tolls, and train tickets are not the only costs of our commute. All those miles and minutes could be affecting our health.
Check out these tips from EcoMedia on how to save energy on the road, which in turn could help you spend less on gas.
The Joint Transportation Committee unanimously approved the latest version of the bill Thursday.
The chief financial officer at Saint Ann’s Home and School in Methuen is out of a job.
Bradley believes the right to be wrong is more important to you than your own safety. Is he right?
There are several smart phone applications and other devices designed to keep drivers from dozing off while they are driving.
Massachusetts drivers are still sending and reading text messages, despite a statewide ban on texting behind the wheel.