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Pa. Police Warn About Red-Light Violation Scam

A new phishing scam attempts to collect money to pay for bogus red-light violations in Pennsylvania. The emails are made to look like they're from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Here's a video report from CBS 21 News.

Pa. Targets Aggressive Drivers

PennDOT launches an aggressive-driving crackdown that involves hundreds of police agencies and continues through Nov. 22.

Pennsylvania Extends Alt Fuel Vehicle Rebates

Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection has extended its Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate program, which will continue to provide $2,000 rebates for 500 additional large-battery system plug-in hybrid electric and battery-electric vehicles, or until Dec. 31.

Pa. Gives $7.7M for Natural Gas Conversions

Twenty-five companies and organizations received $7.7 million in grant funds from Pennsylvania to covert fleet vehicles to run on natural gas, Gov. Tom Corbett announced March 21.

Pa. Senate Considering Bicycle Safe-Passing Law

HARRISBURG, PA – The Pennsylvania Senate is considering legislation that would prohibit a motorist from passing a bicyclist unless there's at least four feet of space between the vehicle and bicycle. A total of 19 states already have similar "safe passing" laws, which are aimed at protecting the safety of bicyclists traveling on public roads.

New Restrictions for Teen Drivers in Pa. Take Effect Dec. 27

HARRISBURG, PA — Pennsylvania's new law aimed at increasing safety for young drivers takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 27. The new law increases behind-the-wheel training requirements, places a limit on the number of passengers a young driver can transport, and makes not wearing a seatbelt a primary offense for young drivers.

Pa. Governor Signs Ban on Texting While Driving

CAMP HILL, PA – Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett on Nov. 9 signed legislation that bans texting while driving on Pennsylvania roads. The new law, which makes texting while driving a primary offense carrying a $50 fine, takes effect in 120 calendar days.