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GM Showcases Safety and Style at Fed Ex Field

GM Showcases Safety and Style at Fed Ex Field

On Friday, June 24th, at FedEx Field, 1600 FedEx Way, Landover, Md., over 50 Chevrolet, Buick and GMC model including the award-winning Chevy Volt – will be on site and available for you to view, compare and test drive, all in one place. Chevrolet, Buick and GMC are committed to protecting drivers and passengers before, during and after a crash.

In addition, a professional driver with GMC will simulate the loss of control of a vehicle, so you can see how safety systems like StabiliTrak help keep a car on the road. Chevrolet will also have a crashed Cruze on display, and Buick will show a vehicle cut-away to explain Rollover Mitigation Technology

State Highway Administration Rehabs Two Frederick County Bridges on I-270

State Highway Administration Rehabs Two Frederick County Bridges on I-270

This information is provided by The Maryland State Highway Administration:


(June 13, 2011) –The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is rehabilitating two bridges on northbound and southbound I-270 over MD 80 (Fingerboard Road) and Bennett Creek in Frederick County.  Both bridges are structurally sound but are in need of preventive maintenance to extend their service life after decades of carrying more than 82,000 vehicles a day.  Weather permitting the $8.9 million project will be completed in fall 2012.

Spend It Like It’s Your Own

Spend It Like It’s Your Own

You may have heard that tempers are flaring over the planned metro station at Dulles. According to news reports, the board at Dulles International Airport stands behind its decision to build an underground station because it would be more 1) convenient for travelers, and 2) attractive than an above ground station.

So, it behooves us to ask about the degree of perceived inconvenience. How would using an above ground metro station compare with:

Cherry Blossom Traffic Pattern

This community notice comes to us from the U.S. Park Police:

Cheapest Gas Near Charles County

According to AAA:

$2.649

16410 MCKENDREE RD, Waldorf

Maryland Cell Phone Ban Begins

Maryland residents and those residents who travel through Maryland need to know that on Friday, October 1, 2010 (this Friday) - cell phone use will become illegal while driving. The offense will be a "secondary" offense, meaning that offenders can only be cited with it if they are pulled over for another primary offense like speeding or running a red light.

Beginning on Friday, people who wish to make a call while driving MUST use a hands free device. The fine will be $40 for the first offense and $100 for subsequent violations of the law.

Texting while driving has been illegal for some time now and already carries a fine.

Maryland is following suit with several other states with cellular phone bans while in operation of a motor vehicle, but it is one of the only (if not the only) state to list the law as a "secondary" offense.