DUI Task Force nets 36

Round 36 suspected DUI drivers were picked out of the road by the DUI Lycoming County Task Force during an enforcement campaign held in Labor that started mid-month of August to the 5th of September. William Solomon, coordinator of the task force, reported that...

Truck drivers face new hours of service rules

The administration is introducing recent safety regulations for truckers that will limit the average working hours of a truck driver from 82 hours downward 70 hours. This federal regulation stated that by lowering the hours-of-service, it will be instrumental to...

Suspended or revoked license in Pennsylvania

Your driving privileges may be suspended or revoked for several reasons in Pennsylvania. If you are driving on a suspended or revoked license, you may be charged with a crime with enormous fines and even a jail sentence. For driving offenses, whether criminal or other...

Pa. cell phone and texting news

After a year that Pennsylvania’s  Driving and Texting laws were legislated, State Police reported that more than ten- thousand citations have been issued. Texting Law of Pa. became effective last March 8, 2012; however, police opined the difficulty of enforcing the...

Rules of the Road

To avert injuries and save lives, PennDOT instituted the Steer Clear law that requires drivers to give space or lessen their speed when they are in the presence of any emergency scene, a traffic stop or with a disabled vehicle. Simple as it may seem, it will only be...