Livery Cab Driver Accused Of Helping Applicants Cheat On Learner’s Permit ExamsNassau County cops say a professional cabbie was cheating on a written learner's permit test -- charging new drivers to take the short quiz for them.
New York State Begins Suspending Registrations For Toll ScofflawsNew York state is cracking down on drivers who do not pay tolls.
Seen At 11: Seat Belts Save Lives, But Many People Don’t Buckle UpSeat belts save lives and prevent thousands of injuries, but their use isn't required by all passengers.
Pothole Season In Full Swing After Weeks Of Wacky Weather ConditionsAfter several weeks of rapidly changing temperatures, snow storms and winds this winter, some roads aren't looking pretty.
Could New Yorkers Soon Need Passports For Domestic Travel?Your passport is required for most international flights, but there was concern Monday that New Yorkers might need to pack it for domestic flights as well.
Seen At 11: Smartphone Apps Aim To Put Brakes On Road RageSeveral smartphone apps claim they can help irate drivers calm down.
CBS2 Demanding Answers: Road Signs Covered By Foliage On Major Roads In RoslynOn Willis Avenue in Roslyn you can barely make out the exit sign to the Northern State Parkway.
Seen At 11: Before You Hit The Road, Beware Of Ghost Rest StopsThe old adage "no rest for the weary" couldn't be more true if you're traveling by car this summer.
AAA: Most Drivers Since 2007 Expected To Hit Road For July 4 WeekendNearly 42 million Americans are expected to travel over the long Independence Day weekend.
Busiest Memorial Day Travel Period In 10 Years Expected This YearThe long Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the summer driver season, and for many, the alternating open roads and traffic jams became a reality Thursday night.
Seen At 11: Without Proper Protection, Your Tires Could Be Gone In 60 SecondsAs New Yorkers got ready to go to bed on Thursday night, there was a new warning about the danger lurking outside.
AAA Report: Yonkers Failing To Provide Adequate Info About City's Red Light CamerasA report from AAA claims Yonkers is not adequately explaining why and how the cameras are helping while it collects millions in fines.