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New York neighborhood sees fewer Iowa license plates
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A Brooklyn, New York, neighborhood is no longer swamped by cars with Iowa license plates. That’s likely because the Iowa Department of Transportation in September canceled more than 450 vehicle titles and registrations obtained with false or fictitious information. These cars — many with Linn County and Polk County plates — had been clogging up the Ditmas Park West neighborhood since 2012. “Iowa ...
 
Consumer confidence is up. Just ask New England’s breweries.
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Clear signs of the recovery are on tap.
 
Crumbling roads and bridges cost New Jersey drivers $11.8 billion
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Crumbling roads and bridges cost New Jersey drivers $11.8 billion a year, according to a report released Thursday morning by New Jersey Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox. That includes $5.2 billion spent on wasted time and fuel while sitting in traffic, $3.7 billion extra for vehicle maintenance, and $2.9 billion on car crashes and insurance.
 
Franchise Services of North America Announces the Opening of Seven New U-Save Car & Truck Rental Locations
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Franchise Services of North America Announces the Opening of Seven New U-Save Car & Truck Rental Locations
 
Steven Henshaw: Rate evaders don't get away with it
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Like me, you may have known someone who was living in New York or New Jersey but had a car registered in Pennsylvania using a relative's address.
 
Mercury's 'Special Investigations Unit' - the CSI of the Insurance Industry - Battles Insurance Fraud Across the U.S.
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mercury Insurance Special Investigations Unit (SIU), otherwise known as the CSI of the insurance industry, has exposed thousands of fraudulent auto, home and medical claims since being founded in 1978, saving Mercury policy holders hundreds of millions of dollars.  The bad guys range from very sophisticated organized crime and dirty lawyers and ...
 
Wonkblog: Blacks and whites agree on body cameras for cops, if little else
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On criminal justice and police brutality, public opinion is divided by race and party.
 
Police make arrest in Bergenfield hit and run that left pedestrian seriously injured
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Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the arrest of 63 year-old Daniel Dawkins of Teaneck on charges of leaving the scene of an accident with serious bodily injury.
 
Google's Car Is the Face of Future Robots
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Robots probably won't look human when they first begin appearing on the streets in the next several years. But some robot cars such as Google's self-driving vehicles will have recognizable faces designed to win human hearts and minds. Google hopes to begin testing its custom-made robot cars on the roads of Northern California starting in 2015. Google's self-driving car prototype represents a ...
 
Auto Insurance? Just Google It
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Google reportedly is gearing up to launch a shopping and comparison site for auto insurance in the United States. The company has been operating such a site in the UK, dubbed "Google Compare," for the past two years. Although it apparently has been beset by delays, an entity called "Google Compare Auto Insurance Services Inc." now is licensed to do business in 26 states.