Road Worrier blog
Posted by Bruce Siceloff on September 2, 2014
A new page on the N.C. Highway Patrol website holds answers for anyone searching for a vehicle that was stored or towed away on orders from a state trooper.
Its for any car that was abandoned, improperly parked or removed after an accident but only in cases where the Highway Patrol was involved.
Its not for cars seized in connection with criminal cases, and its not for other vehicle removals handled by local police or deputies.
Posted by Bruce Siceloff on September 1, 2014
Drivers with disabilities find the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles slow to accept proof of their fitness to continue driving.
Posted by Bruce Siceloff on August 27, 2014
Extra state troopers will be be assigned to catch speeding, impaired and aggressive drivers on North Carolina interstates and other major highways.
Posted by Bruce Siceloff on August 26, 2014
The National Park Service has reopened Cape Point - the barrier island elbow that bends around the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse - to visitors with beach-driving permits, just in time for the Labor Day weekend.
Posted by Bruce Siceloff - staff columnist on August 25, 2014
DMV is cast as a dark bureaucracy, arbitrary and mysterious, in a federal lawsuit that alleges violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Six licensed drivers in North Carolina say they are saddled with unwarranted requirements for repeated medical tests.
Posted by Bruce Siceloff on August 22, 2014
Richard W. Holden Sr., who grew up on a Wendell farm, served five years as commander of the NC State Highway Patrol.
Posted by Bruce Siceloff on August 19, 2014
TrueCar and other services promise to save buyers a few thousand dollars off the sticker price. I'd like to hear from readers who have bought cars with the help of TrueCar or another service. What was the experience like for you? Did you get a good price on the car you wanted?