For six straight years, Texas has been in the top 10 worst driving states in the nation, and 2019 was no different. Last year marked the sixth time that Texas got its worst ranking for drunk driving, and we got low marks for speeding too. At least there were a couple of states that were worse.
Ya gotta give this Texan credit for taking the time to write down his license plate numbers nice and big with a Sharpie and put them on a piece of cardboard and fasten that to his Honda. But it didn't fly with police.
If you don't pay the tolls you owe in Texas, you could be in big trouble. But there's ones state that's tougher on those who don't pay up, and in that state you can be convicted of a felony for having outstanding tolls. Toll roads have had it! And here's what you need to know.
If you've piled up some unpaid tolls from traveling around Houston, Dallas, or on Texas 49, there's a little financial break coming March 1st thanks to a new state law. But you can still end up in court if you don't pay up!
The annual Click It or Ticket campaign starts soon, meaning officers will be focused on passing out tickets to those of us that head down the road without seat belts fastened.
The dates cover Memorial Day - one of the busiest and most dangerous weekends to be out on the highway.