The movie Traffic tells me that ‘traffic’ means to trade or deal in a commodity or service (definition). Did the police man make a ‘traffic’ stop? Not if I’m not trading or dealing in goods. They call it a traffic stop to convert traveling into a commercial activity, called trafficking, they can then regulate. Trafficking […]
See this article and this article about how the codes omit the definition of passenger as a means to pretend the car will be used for commercial purposes. The Convenient Omission There is absolutely no mistake that the definition of the word ‘passenger’ was purposely omitted from every State motor vehicle code. Why? Because when […]
Good summary about traveling versus driving and a car versus a motor vehicle, from FamGuardian: “A state Citizen has the right to travel on the public easements (public roads) without being registered. A statutory “U.S. citizen” does not. It is a privilege for a foreigner to travel in any of the several states. If you are […]
It is worth researching if the driver’s license is only for people being paid to transport other people or goods. The old and common definition for the word ‘driver‘ was someone who drove a wealthy man/woman around all day. Like so many subtle deceptions, we have been taught that a man/woman operating a car is […]
In the latest attempt to impose on Nevadans another level of California-inspired mommification, state Sen. Bill O’Donnell and Assemblywoman Barbara Cegavske, both R-Las Vegas, posed to have their pictures taken in front of a wrecked automobile in Carson City March 16, lending some visual verisimilitude to their call for a whole new raft of restrictions […]
You probably live in the middle of suburbia. A place made up of two groups of people – those with a driver’s license and those without one. And though it is blatantly obvious that everyone should be allowed to have a driver’s license in suburbia, the government is aggressively trying to make the driving age […]
Like many other states, Michigan recently adopted a graduated license program. Most people think that it is one of the strictest laws in the nation, but it actually allows teenagers the opportunity to gradually learn to drive because 14-year-olds may obtain a permit.
Suburbia is about to become more inconvenient for teenagers. The New Jersey Senate recently passed a graduated license program, which is similar to programs in California, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The insurance industry is in bed with the government. After finishing a study which claims that new drivers have higher death rates, the insurance industry is asking state governments to increase driving restrictions. The industry specifically prefers a graduated license program which includes curfews for new drivers.
California Democrats and Republicans drastically changed the driving requirements for new drivers. These intolerant politicians claim that they are trying to save lives. Sound familiar? That’s the same thing they said when they passed the curfew, the smoking age, and the drinking age. The new law will: