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Carbon Motors E7 Cop Car

As the automobile manufacturers downsize their models, law enforcement could lose the preferred “feedstock” for police patrol cars, the large, rear-drive, V8 sedan. For instance, GM has cancelled an advanced DOHC V8 engine and put new rear-wheel-drive models on hold. And how long will Ford build the aging Crown Victoria, by far the most popular police vehicle? Incidentally, law enforcement ... Read More »

Consumer Reports Investigation Reveals Government Among Biggest Sources Of ID Leaks

YONKERS, NY – Americans trust government officials to safeguard sensitive personal and financial data but government is among the biggest sources of ID leaks, according to a Consumer Reports investigation. The report “ID Leaks, A Surprising Source is Your Government at Work,” in the September issue points out that penalties are also rarely imposed on those who are negligent. CR ... Read More »

Fiat 500 Could Be Coming to America

Small, fuel-efficient cars can be fun to drive. BMW has shown this with its MINI COOPER. The MINI could have some serious competition both in the fun and coolness department from the Fiat 500. Already wildly popular overseas, Fiat could not only sell the 500 here, but build them here as well. Four dollar a gallon gasoline could help sales. ... Read More »

Californian Elected as New Chairman of the Governors Highway

Washington, D.C. – Californian Christopher J. Murphy was recently elected as the new Chairman of the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). The GHSA membership made this selection at the Association’s Annual Meeting in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Murphy has served in California’s Office of Traffic Safety for twenty years, culminating in his appointment as Director and Governor’s Highway Safety Representative by ... Read More »

Partners Support Largest-Ever Drunk Driving Enforcement Crackdown As Labor Day Drunk Driving Fatality Trends Announced

As Labor Day approaches and millions of Americans hit the roads in record numbers for one last summer vacation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Governors Highway Safety Association remind Americans this Labor Day weekend that the toughest and largest-ever enforcement crackdown on impaired drivers remains a force to be reckoned with. Read More »