As New Yorkers got ready to go to bed on Thursday night, there was a new warning about the danger lurking outside.
A report from AAA claims Yonkers is not adequately explaining why and how the cameras are helping while it collects millions in fines.
AAA looked at limited data from 2013. While it found that T-bone accidents were down 15 percent, it also discovered that rear-end crashes jumped 83 percent and accidents with injuries rose 29 percent.
The survey also found that area drivers spend about $700 in repairs due to rough roads.
Potholes have been plaguing area roads, as the Tri-State Area has been pounded time and again with severe weather.
Efforts are underway to end the game of hide and seek that occurs when cars are towed to make way for parades, and other events.
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Parking is already a premium in the five boroughs, and in some neighborhoods finding a spot is now proving virtually impossible.
The sharp increase is still much lower than the price of a gallon of regular this time last year, when motorists were paying $3.23.
Potholes have become just another part of the daily grind fro New Yorkers. So much so that a national study found more than 50 percent of New York’s roads are in poor condition.
Motorists continue to see sharply lower prices at the pumps in New Jersey.
Those traveling by car this holiday season can breathe a little easier, and with a heavier wallet.
It’s going to cost more to cross the bridges and tunnels operated by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.
You might hear a lot of horns blaring during the holiday weekend with crowded parking lots at the shopping malls, streets filled with traffic and tempers flaring.
We all know texting while driving is risky business, and now, technology once reserved for the cockpit is making its way onto the dashboard.