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Police Have a ‘No Excuses’ Policy on Cell Phone Use in Cars
Police Have a ‘No Excuses’ Policy on Cell Phone Use in Cars
I was talking with a friend of mine yesterday who works for the Augusta Police Department and was asking about police policy on cell phone use in vehicles. I recently heard that someone got pulled over looking at their phone at the Bangor Street/North Belfast Avenue stop light. That person got a $300 fine! So, here's the deal.
This Will Be Hard to Watch But if You Text and Drive, You NEED to See It! [Video]
This Will Be Hard to Watch But if You Text and Drive, You NEED to See It! [Video]
Just about everyone with a cell phone has probably been guilty of texting and driving at one time or another. Some people do it on a regular basis. I know the mindset, believe me. You're like, "I still pay attention to the road and don't do it in oncoming traffic." Doesn't matter. A millisecond is all it takes to get yourself and others injured or killed. For a text? If it's THAT
What Happens if You Pull Up to the Turnpike Toll Booth with No Money?
What Happens if You Pull Up to the Turnpike Toll Booth with No Money?
Well, this was a first for me today. I was heading to my live broadcast at Camelot Homes in Auburn this morning and decided to hop on the turnpike in Augusta instead of taking Rt. 202. I was running just a bit behind, so I didn't want to take a chance of being late. My problem? Once I was on the turnpike I realized I had no cash.

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