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Police: Driver Arrested With Loaded Gun, Drugs Was Going Over 70 MPH In 50 MPH ZoneAuthorities say a woman who was stopped for driving more than 20 miles per hour over the speed limit was arrested after police found a loaded handgun and marijuana in her possession.
AAA: 87 Percent Of Drivers Admit To Unsafe Behaviors While Behind The Wheel"The vast majority of motorists believe they are more careful than others on the road, though most of them are not making safe decisions while behind the wheel."
No Criminal Charges After Man Posts Video Of 160 MPH JoyrideWithout more evidence, the driver could only face a traffic citation for careless driving, a civil infraction.
Police: Man Sped 150 Mph On Michigan Highway, Posted Videos"It was really closer to 150, the mustang frigging rocks," the man allegedly wrote.
Man Arrested After Driving 153 MPH On I-75 DownriverA young man who drove a little too fast and furious on a Downriver freeway could possibly wind up in jail.
'Road Gators' In Michigan: Report Finds Big Rigs Go Faster Than Tires Can Handle"An 18-wheeler is not a Porsche, and shouldn't be driven like one."
Are You A Lead Foot?Also, are you a lead foot? Do you have a poor driving record? How’s your high insurance?
Snow, Speed Blamed For High Number Of County Traffic Accidents To Begin The YearThe large number of accidents this winter forced police to regularly close sections of roads, including parts of I-69 and I-475.
Dearborn Heights Police Stepping Up Patrols After String Of AccidentsThey're watching out for people speeding, running red lights, texting, and just not paying attention to the road.
Bill Would Let Michigan Install Red-Light CamerasMichigan's local governments would have the option to put cameras at intersections to spot drivers running red lights under proposed legislation in the state House.
Grand Rapids Police Get License Plate TechnologyThe Grand Rapids Police Department has a new tool to help keep an eye on motorists in the city.