Arizona Driving School for Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale, Peoria, Gilbert, Scottsdale


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Beginner, Intermediate, and Skilled Driver Programs

Arizona Driving School for Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale, Peoria, Gilbert and Scottsdale

Welcome to the Driving Arizona Driving School. At Driving Arizona, we understand that choosing a driver education training program can be challenging, difficult, and confusing. However, we specialize in taking the frustration out of the process. We proudly employ trained educators who focus on safety and understand the needs of each student. We offer three thorough and extensive driver training programs that are designed to meet the needs of our students. These programs are listed and described below.

Each of these programs consist of a six hour classroom session that focuses on safe driving practices, and the rules of the road.

Extensive In-Car and In-Class Training

Several locations and drivers training programs to choose from!

Traffic Survival School

Traffic Survival School is an MVD mandated or Court Ordered class. You need to complete Traffic Survival School if you have received a Corrective Action Letter/Proof of Assignment or Court Order. Call 480-777-7303 if you have any questions.


01/10/2017

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Air ambulance lands on M56 following three-vehicle crash – Chester Chronicle


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Air ambulance lands on M56 following three-vehicle crash

The air ambulance landed on the M56 near Chester where the carriageway was blocked in both directions following an accident.

Cheshire Police said initial reports indicated a collision involving three vehicles including a motorcyclist on the eastbound carriageway between J14 A5117 (Hapsford) and J12 A557 (Runcorn).

The accident was reported around 5pm. The condition of any casualties is not known at this time.

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There was queueing traffic and the carriageway was blocked with congestion back to J15 at the intersection with the M53.

Travel website Inrix said traffic was temporarily held westbound to allow the air ambulance to land.

However, all lanes of the carriageway had been reopened to traffic by 6.30pm.

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  • 30/09/2017

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    Fiber Optic Installation – Inspection and Copper Cable Testing Tools #it


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    Punch Down and Termination Tools

    The best installations start with the best tools. And you can get the best tools from one trusted provider – Fluke Networks. Our network installation line encompasses all the essential tools needed for a job done right! From our innovative JackRapid™ punchdown tool to our forged steel constructed D-Snips cable scissors, look to Fluke Networks.

    Case Studies

    ITM, a UK-based leading independent provider of specialist ICT infrastructure solutions and services, applies best of breed technology, in-house expertise and innovation to deliver standards compliant solutions and services to clients throughout the UK, Europe and the rest of the World. Stuart Ayres, ITM Fibre & Equipment Engineer, reviewed the results of their investment in twenty Versiv Cabling Certification Systems.

    After using the Versiv System for a few months it clearly offers several advantages when compared to the previous generation of test equipment. Not only is the Versiv System faster, the modular design and online connectivity dramatically reduces our engineers travel time as they no longer need to call into the office to have test results downloaded or firmware updated.

    During the few months that we have been using the new equipment I have identified the following advantages that translate into productivity gains for both ITM and our Customers:

    • Greatly reduced test cycle times for both copper and fibre.
    • Easy and fast movement of test data from site to office enables better project progress reporting, quicker sign-off and invoicing.
    • Ability to remotely configure and control the test units.
    • Simplified logistics, we now only have to maintain one fleet of modular multi-purpose test equipment.

    The Ultimate Test in the Alaskan Bush Survival Tip: Take care where the bears roam

    Integrity Networks provides communications services and cable and fiber network infrastructure installation for companies and federal, state and local governments nationwide and around the Pacific Rim. Based in Renton, Washington, their projects range from military bases in Guam and Singapore, data center and VOIP installations in Washington and Virginia, to major healthcare and corporate oil, gas and mining projects across Alaska.

    Integrity Networks entered the Alaskan market in 2007, and it has remained a steady presence in low-voltage contracting there ever since. With branch headquarters in Anchorage, Integrity Networks has an extensive staff of highly skilled Alaskan employees that work on jobs in the last great American frontier.

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    With Fluke Networks OptiFiber® Pro OTDR with SmartLoop™, Twistnet technicians safely completed bidirectional certification of new North Sea Wind Farm installation

    Established in 2000, with more than 30 years of experience, Twistnet Communications Ltd. specializes in the installation, testing and certification of fiber optic cabling, structured cabling systems and voice cabling systems.

    Twistnet Communications Ltd serves companies in the United Kingdom and Europe with core services and it offers experts in fusion splicing, direct fiber termination, OTDR and power-meter testing and certification and repair with state of the art equipment such as the Fluke Networks’ OptiFiber Pro OTDR with SmartLoop, part of the Versiv™ line, the industry’s leading Cabling Certification System

    By leveraging Versiv DSX-5000, CertiFiber and LinkWare Live, PowerCom has significantly reduced the time and effort needed to test the systems and provide results to their customers.

    Challenge: PowerCOM installs and services a wide range of information and communication systems including; voice, data, Wi-Fi, security and monitoring at a variety of both indoor and outdoor locations. With over 80% of employees working in the field on multiple client sites, delivery of test results to the PowerCOM office and/or client is often challenging. Historically, the process to set up test equipment and compile results has been manual and time intensive for both field and administrative staff. Additionally, some customers desired more frequent and periodic delivery of detailed test results, rather than only upon project completion. To address these issues, PowerCOM required a solution that could help their technicians and administrative staff be more efficient, as well as readily and more easily share data with their customers.

    Results: By leveraging Versiv™ DSX-5000, CertiFiber® Pro and LinkWare™ Live, PowerCom has significantly reduced the time and effort needed to test the systems and provide results to their customers. Instead of requiring the field technicians to set-up test parameters and commute to the office to deliver/review the test reports, these tasks can be done remotely through the cloud. By leveraging LinkWare Live, PowerCom technicians can complete jobs faster, ensure test accuracy and reduce the potential for rework.

    Fluke Networks is pleased to announce that ECR Informatique, a leading company in the cable installation market, acquired the new Versiv platform, now with a fleet of 7 cable certifiers with DSX-5000 replacing DTX-1800 in order to consolidate its position and deployment in structured cabling solutions systems at both DataCenters and horizontal cabling levels.

    Created in 2001 and located in Calvados (France), ECR specializes in cable installation of all types of local area networks (copper, fiber, wireless, laser) in standard or special environments or subject to manufacturers certifications. ECR acts on behalf of businesses, local communities, public and private institutions (education, health. ) on their main site or remote facilities, and is also a subcontractor for major clients taking charge of large scale projects featuring local networks


    29/09/2017

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    Car Crash Costs and Statistics #auto, #accident, #car #crash, #statistics, #cost,


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    Cost of Auto Crashes & Statistics

    The highest price we pay for car crashes is in the loss of human lives, however society also bears the brunt of the many costs associated with motor vehicle accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA ), U.S. motor vehicle crashes in 2010 cost almost $1 trillion in loss of productivity and loss of life. The study was released in May 2014. The auto industry’s steady improvements in vehicle safety over the last several decades despite a litany of safety recalls had driven down the number of roadway deaths to an all-time low of 32,675 in 2014.

    NHTSA reports the number of people killed on the road in the U.S. soared 7.2% to 35,092 in 2015, marking the deadliest year on the road since 2008. Though the increase was widely expected after NHTSA last month revealed a preliminary estimate of a 7.7% increase, the official figure solidifies 2015’s dubious distinction as the first year-over-year increase since 2012. In addition, roadway deaths of pedestrians and cyclists hit a two-decade high in 2015.

    New findings from the Insurance Research Council’s (IRC) Auto Injury Insurance Claims Study shows that medical expenses reported by auto injury claimants continue to increase faster than the rate of inflation, in spite of the fact that the severity of the injuries themselves remain on a downward trend. From 2007 to 2012, average claimed economic losses (which include expenses for medical care, lost wages and other out-of-pocket expenditures) grew 8 percent annualized among personal injury protection (PIP) claimants. Among bodily injury (BI) claimants, average claimed losses grew 4 percent. Over the same period, measures such as the percentage of claimants who had no visible injuries at the accident scene or who had fewer than 10 days in which they were unable to perform their usual daily activities provided evidence of a continuing decline in the severity of injuries.

    • In 2013, the average auto liability claim for property damage was $3,231; the average auto liability claim for bodily injury was $15,443 (ISO. a Verisk Analytics company).
    • In 2013, the average collision claim was $3,144; the average comprehensive claim was $1,621 (ISO. a Verisk Analytics company).

    Private insurers pay approximately 50% of all motor vehicle crash costs. Individual crash victims pay about 26%, while third parties such as uninvolved motorists delayed in traffic, charities and health care providers pay about 14%. Federal revenues account for 6%, while state and local municipalities pick up about 3%. Overall, those not directly involved in crashes pay for nearly three-quarters of all crash costs, primarily through insurance premiums, taxes and travel delay (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ).

    Crash Type & Driver Behavior

    In 2013 there were 5,687,000 police-reported motor vehicle traffic crashes, 32,719 people died in motor vehicle crashes, down 3.1 percent from 33,782 in 2012. Of total crashes in 2013, 1,591,000 caused injuries and 4,066,000 caused property damage only.

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates about 10 million or more crashes go unreported each year.

    Alcohol-Related Crashes: In 2013, 10,076 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes (any fatal crash involving a driver with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent or higher), down 2.5 percent from 10,336 in 2012. Of the persons who were killed in traffic crashes in 2013, 31 percent died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes. In 2010, drunk driving alone accounted for 18% of the total economic loss from motor vehicle crashes, costing the economy as much as $199 billion in direct and quality-of-life losses (NHTSA ).

    Speeding: According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2013, 9,613 lives were lost due to speed-related accidents, down 6.9 percent from 10,329 in 2012. NHTSA says that speed-related crashes cost Americans $40.4 billion each year (NHTSA ).

    • Speeding was a contributing factor in 29 percent of all fatal crashes in 2013.
    • In 2013 about 35 percent of both 15 to 20-year-old and 21 to 24-year old male drivers who were involved in fatal crashes were speeding at the time of the crash.
    • Red Light Running: The IIHS says that more than 900 people a year die and nearly 2,000 are injured as a result of vehicles running red lights. About half of those deaths are pedestrians and occupants of other vehicles who are hit by red light runners.

    • Fatigue: A study by the AAA Traffic Safety Foundation found that 37 percent of drivers report having fallen asleep behind the wheel at some point in their lives. An estimated 21 percent of fatal crashes, 13 percent of crashes resulting in severe injury and 6 percent of all crashes, involve a drowsy driver, according to a 2014 study by the AAA. Results of a November 2013 AAA survey showed that 28.3 percent of licensed drivers age 16 or older said that in the past 30 days they had driven when they were so tired that they had a hard time keeping their eyes open.
    • Distracted Driving: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gauges distracted driving by collecting data on “distraction-affected crashes,” which focuses on distractions that are most likely to affect crash involvement such as dialing a cellphone or texting and being distracted by another person or an outside event. In 2013, 3,154 people were killed in distraction-affected crashes, and 424,000 people were injured. There were 2,910 distraction-affected fatal crashes, accounting for 10 percent of all fatal crashes in the nation, 18 percent of injury crashes and 16 percent of all motor vehicle crashes in 2013 (NHTSA ).
    • Cell Phone Use: In April 2014, NHTSA released the results of the latest National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS), which found that in 2012, 1.5 percent of drivers were text-messaging or visibly manipulating hand-held devices, up from 1.3 percent in 2011. NHTSA says that the 2012 increase was not statistically significant. Driver use of hand-held cellphones was 5 percent in 2012 for the fourth year running. Hand-held cellphone use was highest among 16- to 24-year olds (6 percent in 2012) and lowest among drivers 70 and older (1 percent in 2012).

      • A State Farm study released in late 2012 found that among drivers age 18 to 29, almost half (48 percent) accessed the Internet on a cell phone while driving. One-third of those drivers (36 percent) read social media networks while driving. Almost half of those drivers (43 percent) checked their email while driving. Other age groups engaged in these activities less frequently.
    • In 2013, 32,719 people died in motor vehicle crashes, down 3.1 percent from 33,782 in 2012, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
    • 605 people were killed in crashes on Colorado roads in 2015; an increase of 24% over 2014. (http://kdvr.com/2017/01/31/cdot-reports-sharp-increase-in-traffic-fatalities-in-2016/)
    • A motor vehicle death occurred on average every 16 minutes in 2013.
    • About 90 people died each day in motor vehicle crashes in 2013.

    Injuries

    • Injuries in motor vehicle crashes have been declining over the past few years:

      • 2003: 2.89 million injuries
      • 2004: 2.79 million injuries
      • 2006: 2.54 million injuries
      • 2008: 2.35 million injuries
      • 2009: 2.22 million injuries
      • 2010: 2.24 million injuries
      • 2011: 2.21 million injuries
      • 2012: 2.36 million injuries
      • 2013: 2.31 million injuries
    • In 2013, 6,337 people were injured each day in motor vehicle crashes.
    • A motor vehicle injury occured on average every 14 seconds in 2013.

    EXCLUSIVE: Trump team compiles infrastructure priority list #donald #trump, #infrastructure, #airports,


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    EXCLUSIVE: Trump team compiles infrastructure priority list

    Senate Democrats present a $1 trillion infrastructure bill for the nation’s roads, airports, bridges and seaports, which they say would create 15 million jobs over 10 years. Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) called on President Trump to follow through on his campaign promise to invest in infrastructure and back their proposal.

    The projects on the more detailed document are nearly identical to the ones on the spreadsheet circulated by the National Governors Association among state officials in December, seeking further suggestions.

    All but two projects on both lists are the same, and they are listed in the same order. The preliminary list circulated by the governor’s association includes the Alaska Pipeline LNG Project instead of the Texas Central Railway and it lists the Fort Mojave Solar Project instead of the Howard Street Tunnel.

    Some projects that governors suggested — in California and Washington state in particular — do not yet appear on either list.

    The governors’ association has received 43 responses from states and territories so far, Waskey said.

    “The total number of projects is more than 300,” Waskey said. “We are working to convene information for as many states as possible that we will then forward to the administration.”

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    Some states, such as Missouri, have more than one project listed, while others appear to have come up empty. Neither document lists any projects in Kansas, for example.

    White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said on Wednesday that the more detailed document is “not an official White House document.” While a spokesman for the Trump transition said the Excel file was “not a Transition document,” the National Governor’s Association confirmed to McClatchy again on Wednesday that the group got the spreadsheet as an Excel file from that team.

    “The Excel file came to NGA from the transition team,” said Elena Waskey, a spokeswoman for the group. “If they’re saying it’s not a transition team document, I don’t really have an answer for you.”

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    During her confirmation hearing, Elaine Chao told the Senate committee, “The US Department of Transportation has a rare opportunity to shape the transformation of our critical infrastructure.” She then went on to stress the need to modernize and enter beneficial partnerships, with the primary objective being safety.

    The National Governors Association asked governors’ offices last month for input on a preliminary list of infrastructure projects compiled by the Trump team, said Jaime Smith, a spokeswoman for Washington’s Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee.

    “They seek examples of priority infrastructure projects that might be incorporated into a future infrastructure investment program,” said the letter from the governors’ association, dated Dec. 16. “Specifically, the transition team is looking for 3 to 5 project suggestions from each state that they would vet for inclusion in a new program.”

    The letter said the vetting would be done by a bipartisan infrastructure commission overseeing investments.

    “The initial spend on these projects for 2017 is expected to be $150 billion, and the transition team hopes that this type of project will be continued over the next 2 years,” according to the letter.

    The letter also noted that any contributions governors made would not be binding, and that this was “just an initial information-gathering request.”

    Once the Trump administration officially took office, the letter said, “there will be a more formal process for states to submit information. Projects will be chosen through a more formal process as well.”

    The letter included a list of projects already being vetted, with the request that governors use it as a model for submissions.

    California Gov. Jerry Brown’s office sent nine examples of big shovel-ready projects in California, including the Sacramento River Bank Protection Project and Bay Area Commuter and Freight Projects.

    The projects have to meet specific criteria:

    ▪ A national security or public safety “emergency.”

    ▪ “Shovel-ready,” with at least 30 percent of initial design and engineering work complete.

    ▪ Direct job creator.

    ▪ Project with the potential for increased U.S. manufacturing.

    Both the preliminary list and the more detailed document obtained by the Star include a new terminal for Kansas City International Airport. The detailed document says the project would cost $972 million and generate 1,000 jobs.

    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens declined to comment.

    The Kansas City airport is one of three airport projects on the spreadsheet circulated by the governor’s association. The others are expansions of the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

    “The business case for a new terminal was bolstered after Southwest and the other airlines told the City Council on April 26 that they would finance the nearly $1 billion new terminal, to be built where Terminal A is now,” reads the more detailed document’s description for KCI, which lifts word-for-word a passage in a June 24 article in The Star .

    In North Carolina, the I-95 project would provide urgent improvements to one of the oldest sections of the busiest interstate in the nation, according to the document. The cost is listed at $1.5 billion, and the project would produce an estimated 5,400 jobs, the document says.

    The 250-mile high-speed railway in Texas would enable commuters to travel between Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth in less than 90 minutes, according to the document. It is a $12 billion proposal that would create 40,000 direct jobs, the document says.

    An $18 billion high-speed rail system, built by a Japanese company, could transform transportation in the Lone Star State.

    Video by Patrick Gleason, Sohail Al-Jamea and Gordon Dickson Star-Telegram.com

    Other proposals include I-395 reconstruction in Florida and a Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project designed to conserve billions of gallons of renewable groundwater in California’s Mojave Desert.

    Senate Democrats on Tuesday proposed their own $1 trillion plan to fund infrastructure projects over a 10-year period. Democrats say their proposal would create more than 15 million jobs.

    Horsley and Vockrodt of The Kansas City Star reported from Kansas City, Missouri. Orenstein of The News Tribune reported from Tacoma, Washington. Wise and Anita Kumar of McClatchy’s Washington Bureau contributed from Washington.

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    21/09/2017

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    What is Denial of Service (DoS) Attack? Webopedia Definition #dos #attack,


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    Short for d enial-o f-s ervice attack, a type of attack on a network that is designed to bring the network to its knees by flooding it with useless traffic. Many DoS attacks, such as the Ping of Death and Teardrop attacks, exploit limitations in the TCP/IP protocols. For all known DoS attacks, there are software fixes that system administrators can install to limit the damage caused by the attacks. But, like viruses. new DoS attacks are constantly being dreamed up by hackers .

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    18/09/2017

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    Car Accident Statistics, Stats, Auto, Fatal, Drunk Driving #car #accident #statistics,


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    Car Crash Stats: There were nearly 6,420,000 auto accidents in the United States in 2005. The financial cost of these crashes is more than 230 Billion dollars. 2.9 million people were injured and 42,636 people killed. About 115 people die every day in vehicle crashes in the United States — one death every 13 minutes.

    In 2003 there were 6,328,000 car accidents in the US. There were 2.9 million injuries and 42,643 people were killed in auto accidents.

    In 2002, there were an estimated 6,316,000 car accidents in the USA. There were about 2.9 million injuries and 42,815 people were killed in auto accidents in 2002.

    There were an estimated 6,356,000 car accidents in the US in 2000. There were about 3.2 million injuries and 41,821 people were killed in auto accidents in 2000 based on data collected by the Federal Highway Administration.

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    09/09/2017

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    Amadeus Air Traffic Intelligence Solution #travel #nursing

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    Travel intelligence in the digital era Amadeus Air Traffic

    Pascal Clement, Head of Travel Intelligence at Amadeus, talks about the Air Traffic solution, the emergence of new technologies and holidays in the future.

    What is the significance of travel intelligence for a company like Amadeus?

    Business intelligence is all about three factors:  1) data 2) high technical analysis capabilities and 3) industry knowledge. Amadeus has all three and we are very good at all of them, so we are well placed to provide support to our customers in this area. The “classic” business intelligence tools  were struggling to bring the speed and relevance needed. But the emergence of new technologies and the abundance of digital data are now giving us the possibility of being much more relevant to help our customers understand their business in real time. The travel industry can be very fragmented, so this type of intelligence which gives a holistic view is a critical asset.

    Can you give an example?

    Let’s say that I’m an airline and I have a plane leaving in 4 days which still has 3 seats available. Data analysis on that route tells me that I never get late bookings for that particular itinerary around those dates. So, for instance, I may want to offer those seats at very competitive prices to some regular or platinum customers who fly regularly on that route or who I know are interested in that particular destination. This can help to drive both customer loyalty, as well as revenue increases.

    What benefits can a tool such as Amadeus Air Traffic generate and for whom?

    This solution calculates the most accurate air passenger volume for any Origin and Destination worldwide, including those dominated by low-cost carriers and direct airline sales. This means that airlines can plan and develop networks that respond to true passenger traffic demands and meet a clear need in the market based on complete Origin and Destination data.

    In addition, airlines are major contributors to economic development because of the amount of business they bring to a certain place. If an airline allows you to go cheaply and easily from point A to B, this brings value to your capability of growing business in point B. Beyond the airline sector, many industries can benefit from these insights on air traffic flows between two particular points.

    The travel industry seems to be moving away from a push supplier model to a pull model – the traveller is at the driver seat and becoming the centre of interest. Is there something for the traveller in travel intelligence tools?

    Definitely. The number of travellers worldwide is growing – the expectation is that it will double in the next 10 years and they want to have a better understanding of the travel industry and the trends, because of how travel impacts their lives.  I can easily think of a tomorrow where I, as a traveller, will not have to look for my holidays – my holidays will be proposed to me by any provider who has the capabilities. For example, if I am someone who likes playing golf in Spring, I could be offered very targeted holidays based on that data, at the appropriate time and in the appropriate geographies. We will need more proactivity on the part of the travel players, and travellers will like it. The deployment of data and intelligence – increasingly referred to as Big Data – has the potential to improve the traveller experience in many ways, such as being more inspired by travel providers about different travel choices, easier and more seamless booking right through to better management of disruption if it occurs while travelling.

    Which trends in travel intelligence do you see taking off in the future?

    As an example of the wealth of data available from Amadeus Air Traffic intelligence solution, take a look at the infographic below, which identifies trends in air traffic volume and areas of industry growth. For more information see the full press release 300 world super routes attract 20% of all air travel .





    08/09/2017

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    Hit Counter #hit #counter, #web #counter, #free #counter, #website #counter, #visitor


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    Hit Counter & Visitor Counter Service

    Our hit counter service is truly 100% FREE and there is NO email registration required! We have been supplying free visitor counters since 2007 and are still going strong with 64,000+ satisfied users.

    Our visitor counter service is very reliable and accurate. We have a selection of over 400 different styles to choose from. To view all of our different hit counter styles select a category to the left. Once you have found the style you like, click the radio button next to the preview to get your free visitor counter code! Just place the HTML code snipped on your website and you are ready to go!

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    We often get the question: “Who needs a hit counter or visitor counter nowadays.

    Well sure, there are super advanced web analytic tools like Google Analytics to track nearly everything about your website visitors and e-commerce clients. But does our visitor counter service compete with such a advanced and complicated tool?

    The answer is: No not at all! Our web counters serve a very different purpose! With our free hit counter service you can see how much people visited your site very quickly and easily every time you visit your website. You don�t have to login in a analytics account using your email and a password and sort through hundreds of pages of analytic data. All it takes is a visit on your website and you are updated!

    Very often it�s not even possible to install the Google analytics javascript code because you are simply not allowed to! This is the case everytime you use a third party web 2.0 property like Blogger, Tumblr, WordPress.com, Wix etc. All those services do not allow to install a visitor tracking system other than a simple html hit counter service like ours!

    Another reason to use a visitor counter service like ReliableCounter.com is to show your visitors how much people already visited the website before. Analytic services let you analyse your web traffic deeply, but a huge visitor count is something you should not keep to yourself. Its social proof, to show your visitors how much people before already trusted and liked your website! This is a major factor to use a visitor counter service like ours and there are even more good reasons!

    More about our hit counter service

    Like all our services our visitor counter service is entirely free, and there s no registration or sign-up process required to use them. Simply take some time to browse through the different counter styles we have over four hundred, organized by category to your left and, when you re ready, select the one you ve chosen by clicking the radio button next to the sample image. You ll be taken to a page where you can select between a couple of different options what number you d like your hit counter to start on, and whether you want it to count all page views or just unique IP hits. Tell us the address of the page or blog you want to use the webstats on, click Get My Code , and voila! The relevant snippet of HTML is all ready for you to cut and paste straight in to wherever you want it to display.

    Reliable QR

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    06/09/2017

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    29/08/2017

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    27/08/2017

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    Top Traffic Ticket Lawyers in Palm Beach County, FL #palm #beach


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    Palm Beach County. FL. Traffic Ticket Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

    Did you get a Traffic Ticket?

    If you’ve been pulled over and issued a ticket for an offense — like speeding, running a stop sign or red light, mechanical violation, or reckless driving — a traffic ticket attorney can help.

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    14/08/2017

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    Global ATS – Aviation Training Services #training, #atc, #training, #management, #global,


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    Global ATS

    Our reputation for delivering world class courses to the UK market are second to none and our overall validation rate is the highest in the industry meaning that self funded and unit sponsored controllers can be confident in our ability to provide them with the best possible foundation for a career in Air Traffic Control.

    Global ATS provide ICAO compliant ATC training to international students sponsored by overseas aviation organisations.

    ICAO courses are regularly reviewed to ensure they comply with International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) regulations.

    Global ATS provide a variety of English language training to international students sponsored by overseas aviation organisations.

    Our well qualified instructors have many years teaching experience in multi-cultural environments.

    Global ATS has brought together a team of experienced Airport and ATM aviation Safety Management specialists who have been using and teaching ATM over many years. The team has collectively embraced the developments and lessons learned as Air Traffic Management systems have been implemented throughout the aviation industry.

    An airport operator should ensure that all operational personnel are trained and competent to operate in those safety-critical areas. There are many activities that are performed on the airside area of an airport and an understanding of these is essential for a safe and efficient conduct of aircraft and vehicle movements.

    Safety is the most important factor in any aviation operational discipline and it is essential that everyone involved has a clear understanding of how safety can be managed within their area of responsibility.

    Global Aviation Training Services (GATS) is a United Kingdom based company providing a wide range of aviation training services and custom-built solutions in the field of Air Traffic Management. The company operates in a fast-moving and exciting industry sector providing its services to customers from over 35 countries, many of which are fast-growing emerging markets.

    Global ATS offers many services which can be provided either in-country or at its Gloucestershire Airport facility, a UK CAA and ICAO ATC training college in western England.

    Global ATS is a unique company. It is the only private sector (non-state owned) provider of air traffic training solutions – not only in the UK, but perhaps globally. GATS was built on the legacy and solid foundations of the highly respected Bailbrook Aviation College, which itself was a successor to the IAL Aviation College in Hayes, England established in the early 1960’s. This rich lineage has contributed in no small way in making GATS a world-leading centre for aviation training excellence.

    Global ATS provides solutions to high-growth, opportunity-rich aviation markets. The growth of air traffic in emerging markets will drive demand for aviation training and services over the next 20 years, with a global shortfall of skilled industry manpower increasing this demand. The growth of air traffic in emerging markets such as the Middle East, the Gulf Cooperation Council states, Indian sub-continent, Africa, South East Asia, China, CIS countries in Central Asia and Latin America will drive demand for aviation training, education and services in the next 20 years.

    A key asset is our CAA-approved ATC training centre at Gloucestershire Airport. Here we deliver our ATC training business, with consistently high quality and results.

    An immersive ‘hands-on training environment’ gives students realistic work simulations, with a memorable experience of college life beyond the curriculum.

    Aviation training is stringently regulated. Our clients expect us to ensure internal control processes; policies and procedures are in place for all staff. Our Quality Management System (QMS) contains all necessary controls to operate our business with full compliance.

    We have established a network of Associates with over 150 years’ combined experience across all areas of Air Traffic Management. Our associates are available on an ad hoc basis to support a range of projects across specialist industry areas, including air navigation services, CNS engineering and maintenance training / solutions, aviation consultancy, 2D 3D simulation development, safety and quality management system implementation and more.

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    Building on previous Air Traffic Control (ATC) training delivery for the Irish Air Corps (IAC), GATS was delighted to accept its latest intake of students who will be completing their Basic Training Course, scheduled to finish in June 2017.

    Working towards a career as an ATCO you will spend 4 years immersing yourself in and learning the ATC industry as a Pseudo Pilot before undertaking a Basic Training Course Aerodrome Control Instrument Course. After 4 years’ service and course completion you will leave Global ATS as a highly skilled professional ready to begin a rewarding career as an Air Traffic Control Officer.

    You will operate a wide variety of ATC simulators to support the delivery of both UK and ICAO ATC training courses for Aerodrome, Approach, Approach Radar, Area Procedural and Area Radar. You will also assist the instructional staff with the delivery of their courses and management staff with their day-to-day duties as required.

    With governments looking for efficiencies in all areas of Aviation Training and Regulations, GATS is supporting the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA) in providing affordable travel to Swaziland’s population.

    Global ATS Limited (GATS) UK, as part of its International Business Development Strategy, has strengthened its Business Development Team expanding its support for International Markets.

    Following the recent announcement of GATS company restructure refocused on Air Traffic Control Training International Sales Division, GATS has expanded its China Business Development Team to include South East Asia.


    09/08/2017

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    Car Crash Costs and Statistics #auto, #accident, #car #crash, #statistics, #cost,


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    Cost of Auto Crashes & Statistics

    The highest price we pay for car crashes is in the loss of human lives, however society also bears the brunt of the many costs associated with motor vehicle accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA ), U.S. motor vehicle crashes in 2010 cost almost $1 trillion in loss of productivity and loss of life. The study was released in May 2014. The auto industry’s steady improvements in vehicle safety over the last several decades despite a litany of safety recalls had driven down the number of roadway deaths to an all-time low of 32,675 in 2014.

    NHTSA reports the number of people killed on the road in the U.S. soared 7.2% to 35,092 in 2015, marking the deadliest year on the road since 2008. Though the increase was widely expected after NHTSA last month revealed a preliminary estimate of a 7.7% increase, the official figure solidifies 2015’s dubious distinction as the first year-over-year increase since 2012. In addition, roadway deaths of pedestrians and cyclists hit a two-decade high in 2015.

    New findings from the Insurance Research Council’s (IRC) Auto Injury Insurance Claims Study shows that medical expenses reported by auto injury claimants continue to increase faster than the rate of inflation, in spite of the fact that the severity of the injuries themselves remain on a downward trend. From 2007 to 2012, average claimed economic losses (which include expenses for medical care, lost wages and other out-of-pocket expenditures) grew 8 percent annualized among personal injury protection (PIP) claimants. Among bodily injury (BI) claimants, average claimed losses grew 4 percent. Over the same period, measures such as the percentage of claimants who had no visible injuries at the accident scene or who had fewer than 10 days in which they were unable to perform their usual daily activities provided evidence of a continuing decline in the severity of injuries.

    • In 2013, the average auto liability claim for property damage was $3,231; the average auto liability claim for bodily injury was $15,443 (ISO. a Verisk Analytics company).
    • In 2013, the average collision claim was $3,144; the average comprehensive claim was $1,621 (ISO. a Verisk Analytics company).

    Private insurers pay approximately 50% of all motor vehicle crash costs. Individual crash victims pay about 26%, while third parties such as uninvolved motorists delayed in traffic, charities and health care providers pay about 14%. Federal revenues account for 6%, while state and local municipalities pick up about 3%. Overall, those not directly involved in crashes pay for nearly three-quarters of all crash costs, primarily through insurance premiums, taxes and travel delay (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ).

    Crash Type & Driver Behavior

    In 2013 there were 5,687,000 police-reported motor vehicle traffic crashes, 32,719 people died in motor vehicle crashes, down 3.1 percent from 33,782 in 2012. Of total crashes in 2013, 1,591,000 caused injuries and 4,066,000 caused property damage only.

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates about 10 million or more crashes go unreported each year.

    Alcohol-Related Crashes: In 2013, 10,076 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes (any fatal crash involving a driver with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent or higher), down 2.5 percent from 10,336 in 2012. Of the persons who were killed in traffic crashes in 2013, 31 percent died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes. In 2010, drunk driving alone accounted for 18% of the total economic loss from motor vehicle crashes, costing the economy as much as $199 billion in direct and quality-of-life losses (NHTSA ).

    Speeding: According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2013, 9,613 lives were lost due to speed-related accidents, down 6.9 percent from 10,329 in 2012. NHTSA says that speed-related crashes cost Americans $40.4 billion each year (NHTSA ).

    • Speeding was a contributing factor in 29 percent of all fatal crashes in 2013.
    • In 2013 about 35 percent of both 15 to 20-year-old and 21 to 24-year old male drivers who were involved in fatal crashes were speeding at the time of the crash.
    • Red Light Running: The IIHS says that more than 900 people a year die and nearly 2,000 are injured as a result of vehicles running red lights. About half of those deaths are pedestrians and occupants of other vehicles who are hit by red light runners.

    • Fatigue: A study by the AAA Traffic Safety Foundation found that 37 percent of drivers report having fallen asleep behind the wheel at some point in their lives. An estimated 21 percent of fatal crashes, 13 percent of crashes resulting in severe injury and 6 percent of all crashes, involve a drowsy driver, according to a 2014 study by the AAA. Results of a November 2013 AAA survey showed that 28.3 percent of licensed drivers age 16 or older said that in the past 30 days they had driven when they were so tired that they had a hard time keeping their eyes open.
    • Distracted Driving: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gauges distracted driving by collecting data on “distraction-affected crashes,” which focuses on distractions that are most likely to affect crash involvement such as dialing a cellphone or texting and being distracted by another person or an outside event. In 2013, 3,154 people were killed in distraction-affected crashes, and 424,000 people were injured. There were 2,910 distraction-affected fatal crashes, accounting for 10 percent of all fatal crashes in the nation, 18 percent of injury crashes and 16 percent of all motor vehicle crashes in 2013 (NHTSA ).
    • Cell Phone Use: In April 2014, NHTSA released the results of the latest National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS), which found that in 2012, 1.5 percent of drivers were text-messaging or visibly manipulating hand-held devices, up from 1.3 percent in 2011. NHTSA says that the 2012 increase was not statistically significant. Driver use of hand-held cellphones was 5 percent in 2012 for the fourth year running. Hand-held cellphone use was highest among 16- to 24-year olds (6 percent in 2012) and lowest among drivers 70 and older (1 percent in 2012).

      • A State Farm study released in late 2012 found that among drivers age 18 to 29, almost half (48 percent) accessed the Internet on a cell phone while driving. One-third of those drivers (36 percent) read social media networks while driving. Almost half of those drivers (43 percent) checked their email while driving. Other age groups engaged in these activities less frequently.
    • In 2013, 32,719 people died in motor vehicle crashes, down 3.1 percent from 33,782 in 2012, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
    • 605 people were killed in crashes on Colorado roads in 2015; an increase of 24% over 2014. (http://kdvr.com/2017/01/31/cdot-reports-sharp-increase-in-traffic-fatalities-in-2016/)
    • A motor vehicle death occurred on average every 16 minutes in 2013.
    • About 90 people died each day in motor vehicle crashes in 2013.

    Injuries

    • Injuries in motor vehicle crashes have been declining over the past few years:

      • 2003: 2.89 million injuries
      • 2004: 2.79 million injuries
      • 2006: 2.54 million injuries
      • 2008: 2.35 million injuries
      • 2009: 2.22 million injuries
      • 2010: 2.24 million injuries
      • 2011: 2.21 million injuries
      • 2012: 2.36 million injuries
      • 2013: 2.31 million injuries
    • In 2013, 6,337 people were injured each day in motor vehicle crashes.
    • A motor vehicle injury occured on average every 14 seconds in 2013.

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    Florida DMV Online Guide

    Car Accident Responsibilities

    What to Do in a Florida Car Accident

    Accidents happen so it’s a good idea to know a head of time what you are required to do if you are involved in a crash in Florida. First and foremost you must stop. And if anyone is hurt you are required to get help. In addition you must give your name, address, and vehicle registration number to others involved in the accident.

    Florida has close to 250,000 vehicle crashes every year and most common cause is careless driving, which means the driver was not driving taking into account curves, width of road, traffic, corners, the grade of the road (steepness), and other conditions that effect driving.

    Don’t Leave the Scene

    If you leave the scene of an accident that involves injuries without providing your information your license may be revoked.

    Report the Traffic Accident

    Any car accident that involves injuries or property damage over $500 must be reported. In these situations you should call the local police department, sheriff, or the Florida Highway Patrol. If an officer investigates the accident they will file a report.

    Don’t Block Traffic

    If traffic is being blocked by your car you must move it. If you can’t move it yourself, you are required to get help or call a tow truck. Your car should never block traffic in any situation.

    Ticket and Traffic Court

    Many accidents are caused by a driver that broke traffic laws. If that is the case then an investigating officer will file charges against the offending driver. If you are charged in a traffic accident you will have the opportunity to explain what happened in court. Then the traffic court will decide what the penalty is. In many cases you will be required to complete a Traffic Collision Avoidance Course (TCAC).

    Traffic Collision Avoidance Course

    A TCAC course is a Florida traffic school course designed to remind drivers of safe driving techniques. It can be completed online, in a classroom, or with a video. When you complete your TCAC course you will receive a certificate from the course provider that you must deliver to the court.

    The Florida Drivers Association offers a TCAC traffic course online and on video. If you would prefer to attend a classroom then look in your local yellow pages under driving instruction.

    Auto Accidents with an Unattended Vehicle

    If you hit a car, truck or other vehicle that is parked with no one it you must inform the owner. Leave a note with your name, address, and license plate and report the accident to local police, sheriff, or Florida highway patrol.

    DMVFlorida.org is an independent organization not affiliated with the state of Florida. the Florida DMV, the Department of Motor Vehicles, or DHSMV
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    06/08/2017

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    New York Defensive Driving

    Defensive Driving and IPIRP: New York Defensive Driving, otherwise known as an accident prevention course, is part of the New York Department of Motor Vehicle’s Internet Point and Insurance Reduction Program (or IPIRP). This course is designed to teach motorists driving strategies that help minimize risks associated with hazards on the road. In addition, this defensive driving course includes applicable New York state traffic laws that help drivers use safer driving techniques to avoid and prevent accidents.

    How it Works: The New York Department of Motor Vehicles allows you to complete a defensive driving course to reduce up to four points on your driving record and provide you with a mandatory 10% insurance reduction for 3 years. Whether you are required by the NYS DMV, looking to reduce ticket points and/or just want your 10% car insurance reduction. this state-approved course will help you meet your goal.

    Online Defensive Driving: While New Yorkers have been completing this course for years in the classroom, it has just been made available in an online format. What this means is the entire course from registration to completion is taken online and meets all state and DMV requirements for point reduction and insurance reduction.

    The defensive driving course is available 24/7 and is accessible from anywhere with a computer and the internet. It doesn’t matter if you are using a broadband or dial-up connection. Yes it is that simple, no classroom required.

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    *Successful completion of 320-minute Internet course by principal operator of insured vehicle provides 3-year, 10% reduction in base rate of motorist’s current car liability, no-fault collision premiums.**Point reduction benefits can be applied once within 18 months and reduce as many as 4 points from record. Reduced points remain on the driving record but are not counted by NYS DMV against the license. Point reduction does not remove, delete, subtract or erase violations, convictions or points, or prevent or cancel a mandatory revocation or suspension for violations such as DWI, DWAI or three speeding violations within 18 months.

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    05/08/2017

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    Georgia Speeding Ticket Lawyer #georgia #speeding #law, #georgia #traffic #law, #georgia


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    The Georgia Department of Driver Service is the administrative agency that issues (and acts to suspend) a driver’s license in Georgia. If you are convicted of any of the following charges (in or outside of Georgia), your driver’s license will be suspended:

    Homicide by vehicle.

    A conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    Any felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle is used.

    Using a motor vehicle in fleeing or attempting to elude an officer.

    Fraudulent or fictitious use of, or application for a license.

    Hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident.

    If you refuse to take a chemical test for intoxication, then your license will be suspended for 12 months through the administrative license suspension process.

    Operating a motor vehicle with a revoked, canceled, or suspended registration in violation of OCGA 40-6-15.

    Conviction for driving without insurance is a 60/90-day suspension.

    If convicted for driving while license is suspended, revoked or canceled, your driver’s license will be further suspended for six months.

    If you fail to appear in court or respond to a citation, your license may be suspended indefinitely.

    Your driver’s license will be suspended if you are convicted of possession, distribution, manufacture, cultivation, sale or transfer of a controlled substance or marijuana.

    The Department is authorized to suspend your license if its records or other evidence shows that you have accumulated 15 points within 24 months under the point system, including violations committed out of state.

    In addition to any other fines or penalties imposed by the Court, the Georgia Department of Driver Services will impose a fee of $200.00 on any driver convicted of speeding of 85 miles per hour or more on any road or highway or 75 miles per hour or more on any two-lane road or highway. Once convicted of one of these offenses, the driver is classified as a “super speeder” in Georgia.

    Our Georgia speeding ticket lawyers are experienced in helping people charged with speeding in high intensity traffic enforcement areas. There are several jurisdictions throughout Georgia that are known for writing countless speeding citations. If you have been cited for speeding in Tift County. Monroe County. Atlanta. Port Wentworth. or any other jurisdiction throughout the State of Georgia, do not hesitate to contact our office.


    04/08/2017

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    About SDPD

    “To maintain peace and order by providing the highest quality police services.”

    Vision

    “A Police Department whose employees feel valued, works together in community partnerships to be a model of excellence in policing and fosters the highest level of public trust and safety.”

    Goals

    Goal 1: Improve Quality of Life for All

    • Reduce violent crime through prevention, and the identification/apprehension of criminal offenders.
    • Improve priority call response times.
    • Ensure effective policing by addressing command and community priorities.

    Goal 2: Ensure Accountability to High Standards of Performance, Ethics and Professional Conduct

    • Require professional and ethical behavior by employees.
    • Achieve sound decision making through the application of Procedural Justice.
    • Empower and develop the workforce to achieve excellence.
    • Support an informed and trained workforce.

    Goal 3: Strive for Continuous Improvement in Efficiency and Effectiveness

    • Ensure continuous improvement of operations by identifying best practices in policing, new technology and equipment.
    • Effectively utilize and manage our resources.
    • Efficiently manage staffing levels.

    If you have additional questions about San Diego Police Department Recruiting, see the Frequently Asked Questions. call (619) 531-COPS (2677) or email [email protected] .

    If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.

    To access 9-1-1 from a cell phone or outside San Diego, call (619) 531-2065.

    For 24-hour non-emergencies, call (619) 531-2000 or (858) 484-3154.


    13/06/2017

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    Frixo – Southall Traffic Report, Southall Delays and Travel News #going

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    Southall Travel News

    There are currently no incidents reported in Southall.

    Current Southall Delays – Slow Moving Traffic

    Southall Roadworks

    Future Planned Roadworks

    On the M25 clockwise between junctions J11 and J12, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks. from 12:01 am on 22 October 2014 to 11:59 pm on 23 December 2016.

    On the M25 anti-clockwise between junctions J13 and J12, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks. from 12:01 am on 22 October 2014 to 11:59 pm on 23 December 2016.

    On the M3 westbound between junctions J1 and J3, expect delays of up to 20 mins at peak times due to roadworks. from 10 pm on 3 November 2014 to 5 am on 28 March 2017.

    The M3 westbound entry slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 9 pm and 5:30 am, from 3 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    On the M3 westbound at junction J2, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 3 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    On the M1 southbound between junctions J4 and J1, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 9 pm and 6 am, from 2 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    The M1 southbound exit slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 9 pm and 5:30 am, from 2 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    On the M4 eastbound between junctions J4B and J3, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 19 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J7 from the M23 north will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 24 November 2015 to 11 December 2015.

    On the M4 westbound between junctions J3 and J4B, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 25 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise exit slip at junction J16 for M40 North will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10:30 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 4 December 2015.

    The M4 westbound entry slip at junction J4B from the M25 anti-clockwise will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M23 southbound will be closed between junctions J8 and J10, due to roadworks, between 8 pm and 6 am, from 30 November 2015 to 4 December 2015.

    The A1 southbound entry slip from the M25 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J7 from the M23 south will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 24 November 2015 to 11 December 2015.

    On the M25 anti-clockwise between junctions J7 and J6, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing three lanes, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 24 November 2015 to 11 December 2015.

    On the M25 anti-clockwise between junctions J16 and J15, expect delays of up to 15 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing three lanes, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M4 eastbound entry slip at junction J4B from the M25 anti-clockwise will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M3 eastbound exit slip at junction J1 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 2 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J15 from the M4 westbound will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The A316 eastbound entry slip from the A308 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise exit slip at junction J17 will be closed. due to carriageway resurfacing, from 10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M25 clockwise entry slip at junction J15 from the M4 westbound will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M1 southbound exit slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, from 9:10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5 am on 1 December 2015.

    On the M1 southbound between junctions J4 and J1, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, from 9:10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M3 westbound will be closed between junctions J2 and J3, due to roadworks, from 9:12 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M3 westbound entry slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, from 9:14 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J17 will be closed. due to roadworks, from 9:48 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.

    On the M25 clockwise between junctions J8 and J9, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing three lanes, from 10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.





    13/06/2017

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    Florida DUI #drunk #driving, #dui, #bal, #defensive #driving, #driver #improvement, #driving


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    Florida DUI Laws and Penalties

    Florida Drunk Driving

    DUI Related Topics

    Drunk Driving Penalties in Florida

    If you drink alcohol and drive you dramatically increase your chance of being in a crash. In addition, if you are pulled over and the officer asks you to take a blood, urine or breath test you are required to comply. Florida has the “Implied Consent Law”. When you sign your drivers license you have agreed to take these tests upon request. Refusal to take any of the tests will result in an immediate suspension for one year. A second refusal will result in an 18 month suspension.

    2011 DUI Statistics

    According to Florida DMV records there were 33,625 DUI convictions in Florida in 2011. Of the 55,722 DUI tickets issued in Florida in 2011 – 9,328 were issued by the FHP, 23,649 were issued by police departments in Florida, and 21,868 were issued by Florida Sheriffs departments.

    2010 Florida DUI Convictions in the large Florida Counties

    • Hillsborough County (Tampa) – 3,256
    • Miami-Dade – (Miami) – 2,274
    • Duval County – (Jacksonvile Area) – 2,222
    • Pinellas County (St Petersburg) – 1,824
    • Palm Beach County (West Palm Beach) – 1,561
    • Orange County (Orlando) – 1,383
    • Brevard County (Melbourne) – 1,072
    • Broward County (Fort Lauderdale) – 985

    Ignition Interlock

    Florida law mandates that any driver convicted of a second DUI have an Ingnition Interlock device installed in their vehicle. A judge may order an Interlock installed on first convictions depending on circumstances. Read the details of the Florida Ignition Interlock program.

    No one can drink alcohol and still drive safely. Drinking and driving causes accidents and deaths every day and therefore the penalties in Florida are very tough. If you drink and drive the result may be jail time, loss of your Florida drivers license, heavy fines, and much higher auto insurance rates. And a conviction will stay on your Florida driving record for 75 years.

    Zero Tolerance for Drivers under 21

    Florida has a Zero Tolerance law for drivers under 21. This means that any driver under 21 that is stopped by law enforcement and has a blood alcohol level of .02 or higher will automatically have their Florida drivers license suspended for 6 months. The .02 limit really means that you cannot have a single drink and drive. And that’s the idea.

    For drivers over 21 the legal limit in Florida is .08. Regardless of your age be aware that drinking and driving is considered a serious offense. Below we have summarized the penalties in the state of Florida for a first offense DUI, but the average cost including legal defense, fines, and auto insurance increases is $8000.

    Florida Penalties for DUI First Conviction

    • Fine – $250 to $500
    • Community Service – 50 Hours
    • Probation – Not more than 1 Year
    • Imprisonment – Not more than 6 Months
    • Imprisonment with BAL of .08 or higher with a minor in the vehicle, not more than 9 months
    • License Revocation – Minimum of 180 days
    • DUI School – 12 Hours

    Addtional DUI Convictions

    The penalties listed above are for a first DUI conviction. With each additional DUI conviction the penalties in Florida are more severe. Complete details on Florida DUI penalties can be found in the Florida drivers manual .

    DMVFlorida.org is an independent organization not affiliated with the state of Florida. the Florida DMV, the Department of Motor Vehicles, or DHSMV
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    13/06/2017

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    Frixo – Southall Traffic Report, Southall Delays and Travel News #amsterdam

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    Southall Travel News

    There are currently no incidents reported in Southall.

    Current Southall Delays – Slow Moving Traffic

    Southall Roadworks

    Future Planned Roadworks

    On the M25 clockwise between junctions J11 and J12, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks. from 12:01 am on 22 October 2014 to 11:59 pm on 23 December 2016.

    On the M25 anti-clockwise between junctions J13 and J12, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks. from 12:01 am on 22 October 2014 to 11:59 pm on 23 December 2016.

    On the M3 westbound between junctions J1 and J3, expect delays of up to 20 mins at peak times due to roadworks. from 10 pm on 3 November 2014 to 5 am on 28 March 2017.

    The M3 westbound entry slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 9 pm and 5:30 am, from 3 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    On the M3 westbound at junction J2, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 3 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    On the M1 southbound between junctions J4 and J1, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 9 pm and 6 am, from 2 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    The M1 southbound exit slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 9 pm and 5:30 am, from 2 November 2015 to 1 December 2015.

    On the M4 eastbound between junctions J4B and J3, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 19 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J7 from the M23 north will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 24 November 2015 to 11 December 2015.

    On the M4 westbound between junctions J3 and J4B, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 25 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise exit slip at junction J16 for M40 North will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10:30 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 4 December 2015.

    The M4 westbound entry slip at junction J4B from the M25 anti-clockwise will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M23 southbound will be closed between junctions J8 and J10, due to roadworks, between 8 pm and 6 am, from 30 November 2015 to 4 December 2015.

    The A1 southbound entry slip from the M25 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J7 from the M23 south will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 24 November 2015 to 11 December 2015.

    On the M25 anti-clockwise between junctions J7 and J6, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing three lanes, between 10 pm and 5:30 am, from 24 November 2015 to 11 December 2015.

    On the M25 anti-clockwise between junctions J16 and J15, expect delays of up to 15 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing three lanes, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M4 eastbound entry slip at junction J4B from the M25 anti-clockwise will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 26 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M3 eastbound exit slip at junction J1 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 2 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J15 from the M4 westbound will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The A316 eastbound entry slip from the A308 will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise exit slip at junction J17 will be closed. due to carriageway resurfacing, from 10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M25 clockwise entry slip at junction J15 from the M4 westbound will be closed. due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 5 am, from 30 November 2015 to 5 December 2015.

    The M1 southbound exit slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, from 9:10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5 am on 1 December 2015.

    On the M1 southbound between junctions J4 and J1, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing two lanes, from 9:10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M3 westbound will be closed between junctions J2 and J3, due to roadworks, from 9:12 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M3 westbound entry slip at junction J2 will be closed. due to roadworks, from 9:14 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.

    The M25 anti-clockwise entry slip at junction J17 will be closed. due to roadworks, from 9:48 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.

    On the M25 clockwise between junctions J8 and J9, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks closing three lanes, from 10 pm on 30 November 2015 to 5:30 am on 1 December 2015.





    04/05/2017

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