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“ A Comprehensive Guide to New York Driving Records” recently announced that New York residents now have access to their comprehensive driving record via the company’s online portal.’s online platform offers consumers and business owner’s access to needed documents through its simple site navigation tools and resources.

Driving records for New York state residents contain information about license suspensions and moving violations, listing the details of each infraction separately. While the Department of Motor Vehicles strives to ensure that information contained within these reports is accurate, mistakes do happen and inaccuracies can be overlooked. For example, a paid moving violation ticket may remain on a record, or information that was to be removed after the specified length of time is still listed.

A person’s driving record is viewed by auto insurance companies and many potential employers as one gauge of the individual’s level of risk, and as a prediction of future behavior. Therefore, poor driving records often result in job offer rescind notices and auto insurance rate increases.

Most New York drivers request their records as a reaction to negative news, such as auto insurance rate increases or notice of a job offer rescinded following a background check. However, consumers that understand how information contained within their driving records can negatively impact them when incorrect review their reports regularly.

When New York state residents visit the online portal, they simply click on their state, fill out a short form, submit payment and they are granted access to their comprehensive driving record. No confusing instructions or length delays; just three simple steps that grant access to the information requested.

In addition to providing access to New York driving records, provides information regarding local and online drivers education courses, defensive driving courses, an auto insurance buyer’s guide and ability to receive and compare quotes, and business accounts that enable employers to pre-screen candidates via criminal and driving record history.

To learn more about obtaining your New York driving record, or to learn about establishing a business account for pre-hire screening, visit

About is a comprehensive online resource for individual drivers as well as employers. Employers seeking to complete comprehensive employee screening can locate employee criminal and driving records simply and easily! Driving Record information, defensive driving course overviews and availability, information about online driver’s education courses and auto insurance quotes and comparisons are at the touch of the website visitor’s fingertips.


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Increase Efforts to Make Roads Safer Results in Record Number of Impaired Driver Arrests in Minnesota

Increase Efforts to Make Roads Safer Results in Record Number of Impaired Driver Arrests in Minnesota

Minnesota Law Enforcement Officers Arrested 2,294 Impaired Drivers With An Average Alcohol Concentration Level of 0.15 – During Statewide DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) Enforcement Sweep. Those charged with DWI offenses need strong and experienced legal representation to ensure the best possible defense.

Minnesota is on pace to hit an astonishing 40,000 DWI arrests this year, which would be record high. Last year, 36,870 drivers were arrested for driving impaired. At the time, the 2005 DWI tally represented the most arrests generated in the state since 1990.

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) recently organized a statewide Safe and Sober program, which accompanied a nationwide enforcement campaign. During the recent 18-day enforcement sweep, 2,294 impaired drivers were arrested and the average alcohol concentration level was 0.15, which is almost double the legal limit.

With DWI arrests on the increase, those arrested need a competent Minnesota DWI lawyer with the experience and expertise necessary to provide the best possible defense. For over a decade, Mr. Douglas Kans has dedicated himself to solely defending individuals charged with crimes.

“It is unfortunate that drinking and driving is still a prevalent issue in our society. However, we must remember that anyone charged with a crime deserves the best possible defense for the charges against them,” states Mr. Kans.

He continues: “DWI law can be very complex, so it is important that a defendant have an experienced Minnesota DWI lawyer who can navigate the complex law, understand the prosecutor’s position and ultimately successfully negotiate or litigate the best possible outcome.”

A former prosecutor himself, Mr. Kans’ has developed a reputation as a strong Minnesota DWI lawyer whose success is partly attributed to the quality relationships he maintains with his clients. Treating clients with integrity and respecting their needs, goals and objectives results in clients receiving intelligent representation by a lawyer who truly listens.

Minnesota’s Toward Zero Deaths initiative is a partnership between the State’s departments of Public Safety, Transportation and Health, which publicly disclosed that seat belt use and impaired driving enforcement campaigns are in the works for this fall and winter.

If an individual finds themselves requiring a Minnesota DWI attorney as a result of these increased efforts, Mr. Kans has the reputation, respect and experience to fervently represent the interests of the accused.


For over a decade, Mr. Kans has dedicated himself solely to defending individuals charged with crimes. Over this period, he has earned the respect of fellow colleagues, prosecutors, and Judges throughout the State of Minnesota. Mr. Kans has successfully litigated and negotiated hundreds of criminal cases during his career. He has had many proud achievements, but none are as important as the personal satisfaction he receives from working hard and achieving wonderful results for his clients.



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VancesMill Announces SATA Drive Data Recovery Service in Nashville

VancesMill Announces SATA Drive Data Recovery Service in Nashville

VancesMill announces today that it will add SATA data recovery to its lineup of services and is now online serving data recovery needs out of Nashville, TN.

VancesMill announces today that it will add SATA data recovery to its lineup of services and is now online serving data recovery needs out of Nashville, TN.

A multitude people boot their computers each day only to discover an infuriating blank screen that is informing them their computers hard drive has died. Or, they go to open a record on a pooled hard drive only to discover that hard drive is no longer available. A number of people believe that there is no hope of getting their data back; they think they’ve lost months of work and will have to recreate it by hand. More often than not, this is not the case. Data is still there and has the likelihood of being recovered by a professional.

VancesMill is a consulting company that offers everyday users and businesses a place to go to for data recovery specialist. Everyday somewhere a hard drive dies for various reasons and VancesMill has the capabilities to salvage your data and get you up and running quickly.

“No matter if the hard drive has a logical or physical problem, we have the tools to get your data back in your hands,” commented owner Kelly Bush. “We understand the frustration of losing data whether it’s business or personal, it’s always stressful, Kelly Bush added.

The Nashville data recovery service serves more than just the Nashville market. Corporate or home users from corner to corner of the country can call on VancesMill to recover their data. After a phone call detailing the problems you are facing, you can package your hard drive and ship it to their Nashville location for service. An initial evaluation will be performed on your damaged drive and a recovery specialist will contact you by your preferred method of contact.

“This is not just a Nashville data recovery service,” Bush said, “We can handle the needs of those outside the Nashville area as well.”

“Data loss is stressful and our specialists at VancesMill are will to help out in any way possible. We will do everything we possibly can to ease the pains of losing data by reclaiming it for you and placing it back in your hands,” Bush stated.

Get peace of mind you deserve by getting your data back. There is trustworthy, legitimate data recovery specialist available, and VancesMill has the best of them readily available to you.


Kelly Bush

(615) 810-8477

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EcoCAR Challenge Committee Selects Greenough Communications as Agency of Record

Greenough’s Clean/Green Expertise and Creative Execution Best of 27 Agencies Nationwide

Greenough Communications (, a leading independent public relations firm with offices in Boston and Silicon Valley, has been named agency of record for EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), General Motors (GM) and more than 15 other contributors, EcoCAR is an elite vehicle engineering competition that challenges seventeen universities across the U.S. and Canada to redesign and reengineer the 2009 Saturn VUE to minimize energy consumption and reduce emissions.

For the three-year competition (2008-2011), students will use a real-world engineering process modeled after GM’s Global Vehicle Development Process (GVDP) to reengineer a 2009 Saturn VUE. Greenough will use traditional media, social media and events to create awareness of how the competition, its sponsors and its participants can influence the energy and carbon emissions agenda. Additional sponsors include: The Government of Canada, dSPACE, National Instruments, The MathWorks, Freescale Semiconductor, The National Science Foundation, MotoTron Corporation, among others.

Media Contact

Sarah Ellis

Greenough Communications



Posted On: Boston, MA January 22, 2009

TicketKick® Says New Traffic School Restrictions Give Drivers Even More Reason To Fight Ticket

A new law in California puts new restrictions on drivers who receive a traffic ticket and wish to attend traffic school to keep their driving record clean. California legal company, TicketKick® helps drivers keep their driving record clean by assisting in contesting traffic tickets for a Flat Fee™ and a full money back guarantee. Drivers who’s tickets are dismissed do not receive a point on their record which eliminates the need to attend traffic school.

Existing law in California previously allowed the court to allow anyone with a traffic violation to attend traffic school to clear their driving record, up to the discretion of the judge. Beginning July 1, 2011, a new law went into affect which severely limits the judge’s ability to grant traffic school to many drivers. TicketKick®, California’s leading resource for traffic ticket defense finds that many people in California in the past have chosen to plead guilty, pay their ticket and attend traffic school to keep their records clean, that is until they realized that they could hire a low cost legal service like TicketKick® to help them fight their ticket. California AB 2499, now in effect, places several restrictions on drivers who wish to attend traffic school, giving even more reason for drivers to contest their traffic ticket.

Up until recently, when drivers with a traffic ticket attended a court approved online or classroom traffic school, the conviction was dismissed from their driving record and did not appear as a ‘point’ against them. Under this new law, attending traffic school for the purpose of maintaining a clean driving record will “result in a designation of the driver’s conviction as confidential, rather than having the complaint dismissed” according to an AB 2499 bill analysis. This means that the driver’s ticket could still be seen by insurance companies or the DMV, viewable as a private violation.

This law will also prohibit drivers who receive more than one violation within an 18 month period to attend traffic school more than once within that period. In the past, many people would get away with attending traffic school for more than one ticket within 18 months because either the judge would allow it, or there would simply be a miscommunication between the courthouses. This new law will put a stop to this, as the courthouses will more communicative about the eligibility of a driver to attend traffic school. It requires the DMV to develop an online database accessible by all courts and by the traffic schools to allow oversight of student enrollments and completions, therefore keeping track of when a driver last attended traffic school. Furthermore, level two (12 hour) traffic school previously provided an opportunity for a driver to attend traffic school more than once during an 18 month period, when granted by the judge. This new law also puts an end to this option. Regardless of the county or courthouse, no driver will be allowed to attend traffic school more than once within 18 months for the purpose of keeping a point off of their driving record.

The number of tickets issued in California each year is estimated by several sources to be in the multi-millions. According to the AB 2499 Analysis, “the TVS (traffic violator school) option assists the operation of the courts by significantly reducing the sheer volume of potential court cases.”

“Simply put, the courts don’t want to deal with millions of trials,” says Greg Muender, President and Founder of TicketKick®. “A lot of people don’t realize that they have the option to contest their ticket through the mail through a trial by written declaration, because the courts don’t generally volunteer that option to people. But it is a very convenient legal procedure in California and we take advantage of it to the benefit of the drivers. Fighting a ticket through a trial by written declaration is an excellent place to start considering most cases are dismissed with our defenses, but even if it’s not, you can still resort to your option of requesting traffic school thereafter.”

If a driver chooses to attend traffic school, they must pay their full ticket fine, pay the court’s traffic school fee, and then pay the traffic school. The fee that the court imposes on a driver to attend traffic school may be increased to cover the fees incurred by a court assistance program (CAP) for monitoring and traffic administration services provided to the court.

A representative of IVES Auto Insurance said that a driver’s rates could be increased as much as 20% if they have two tickets within three years on their record, or for having a suspension due to any unpaid tickets. Mr. Muender of TicketKick® drives the point home: “Many people receive more than one traffic ticket within 18 months, it’s very common, especially with California’s ticketing increases. Our point is: Why use up your traffic school option when you can fight it first? Every ticket has potential to be dismissed, and our defense experts aggressively write defenses for most violations based on every aspect of the law. If you are found guilty, then you can resort to traffic school.”

TicketKick® is a registered Legal Document Assistant in California, providing self help services in traffic ticket defense, with a similar service model to companies such as LegalZoom and E*Trade. TicketKick® works with attorneys in California in developing their defenses, which utilize many different arguments and tactics. TicketKick’s goal is to help people get their traffic tickets dismissed, and although not every customer will win their case, TicketKick® offers a full refund and a free consultation for guilty verdicts. TicketKick® representatives can be reached at (800) 580-1902, at, or at questions(at)ticketkick(dot)com.


Posted On: San Diego, CA July 28, 2011

Sword Swallowers Set Multiple World Records

In a small sleepy town in upstate Pennsylvania, nine sword swallowers broke the Guinness World Record by swallowing a total of 52 swords at one time.

WILKES-BARRE, PA (PRWEB) September 8, 2005 — In a small sleepy town in upstate Pennsylvania, nine sword swallower members of the Sword Swallowers Association International (SSAI) broke the 2002 SSAI and Guinness World Records by swallowing a total of 52 swords at one time at midnight September 3, 2005 at the 4th Annual Sideshow Gathering and SSAI “Big Swallow” in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

The previous world’s record for multiple sword swallowers swallowing multiple swords had initially been set during SSAIÂ’s first “Big Swallow” at the first Sideshow Gathering and Sword Swallowers Convention on August 30, 2002 when 19 sword swallowers simultaneously swallowed 46 swords before an audience of sideshow industry experts, historians, performers, fans and media. The groupÂ’s mass record was broken a few minutes later when the 19 sword swallowers successfully gulped down a total of 50 blades simultaneously on their second attempt, thereby setting the 2002 worldÂ’s record.

Some of the participants who broke the worldÂ’s record this weekend were veteran sword swallowers, while others have been swallowing swords for only a few months. “IÂ’m proud to have been part of this historical record-breaking event. Just being on stage with legends like Natasha Veruschka, Red Stuart and Keith Nelson was very humbling. To actually be part of helping break a world record was the event of a lifetime,” beamed Travis Fessler who set his personal best by swallowing two swords. “The old record that I wasn’t part of was 50, the new record I am part of is 52; I swallowed my own record of two swords, so it makes me feel like my participation really helped!”

The sword swallowers who broke the worldÂ’s records this year were Red Stuart of Philadelphia, PA swallowing 25 swords, Natasha Veruschka of New York, NY (11 swords), Dan Meyer of Nashville, TN (7 swords), Keith Nelson of New York (3 swords), Travis Fessler of Florence, KY (2 swords), Roderick Russell from Vermont (1 sword), Matthew Cassiere of Rhodes Island (1 sword), Charles “Crispy” Knight of Denver, Colorado (1 sword), and John Metz who made the long drive from Iowa (1 sword). The number of swords and swallowers was audited by a local accounting firm, verified by veteran sideshow owners Chris Christ and Slim Price, and confirmed by sideshow historian James Taylor.

During the event, Dan Meyer of Nashville, TN set his own personal record by swallowing 7 swords at once, with blades measuring 16 to 24 inches in length and 3/4 to 1 inch in width. New York Belly dancer Natasha Veruschka swallowed a whopping 11 swords, and was ready to add two more to match her own Guinness World Record of swallowing 13 swords in 2004. But sideshow veteran Red Stuart of Philadelphia, PA topped everyone by setting his own personal record and swallowing 25 swords at once — a 32 inch broadsword along with 24 other swords measuring at least 18 inches long by one half inch in width. SSAI regulations require the blades to be at least 15 inches in length and one half inch in width.

StuartÂ’s accomplishment will also be submitted to Guinness as an individual world record. “The closest any one person has come to swallowing that many swords was when Edith Clifford was reported to have swallowed 20 swords in 1900…” explains SSAI Director and Historian Dan Meyer. “What an honor it was to be standing next to Red and watch him make history by breaking a 105-year-old record!”

On Sunday afternoon, September 5, 2005, Travis Fessler set another personal record by cracking a bull whip 17 consecutive times while swallowing a sword to set a new SSAI record for “Whip Cracking While Sword Swallowing”. Besides being recognized as an SSAI World Record, this record will also be submitted to Guinness World Records for consideration as a new Guinness World Record, as well as be sent to the Alternative World Records in Leipzig, Germany to be added to their record books.

At Sunday morning’s awards brunch, sword swallowers Count Desmond, Red Stuart, and Natasha Veruschka were honored with SSAI Lifetime Achievement Awards. An SSAI Certificate of Appreciation award was given to Franco Kossa in appreciation of his dedication to supporting and promoting the art of sword swallowing and other sideshow arts by sponsoring the Sideshow Gathering over the past four years.

The art of sword swallowing began over 4000 years ago in India and the Middle East, and requires the practitioner to use mind-over-matter techniques to control the body and repress natural reflexes in order to insert up solid steel blades from 15 to 25 inches down the esophagus and into the stomach. With the demise of the traveling circus sideshow over the past thirty years, there are currently less than forty full-time professional sword swallowers actively performing the ancient but deadly art of sword swallowing around the world today.

The Sword Swallowers Association International is based in Nashville, TN and is comprised of sword swallower members from around the world.

For more information: (SSAI) (General Info) (Records)

Media contact:

Dan Meyer

Executive Director

Sword Swallowers Association Int’l

1-(615) 969-2568

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Posted On: Antioch, TN September 8, 2005tn driving record

Berkshire Associates’ President Named Daily Record 2011 Very Important Professional

Beth Ronnenburg Recognized as a VIP Successful by 40 Winner

Berkshire Associates’ President Beth Ronnenburg is a recipient of The Daily Record’s 2011 VIP List – very important professionals successful by 40 award.

The Daily Record created the VIP List in 2010 to recognize younger professionals who have been successful across Maryland. Winners were selected on the basis of professional accomplishment, civic involvement and impact of achievement.

“Beth Ronnenburg is an amazing individual who has made an impact in her professional community and is certainly someone to watch. We celebrate Beth’s accomplishments and hope that by telling her story other young professionals will be inspired,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, Publisher of The Daily Record.

The editors of The Daily Record selected 50 winners to the 2011 VIP List of very important professionals successful by 40. The winners will be honored on Monday, September 26 at a cocktail reception, held at the Tremont Grand in Baltimore, MD. Winners will also be profiled in a special magazine that will be included in the September 30 issue of The Daily Record.

Upon receiving this award, Beth stated, “To be named a VIP List winner among such esteemed professionals is an honor. My career achievements are due in part to my amazing mentors. I had the privilege of learning from trailblazers like Dawn S. Hyde, Founder of Berkshire Associates. She inspired my drive and determination to hone my business and leadership skills. Eventually, I ascended up the corporate ladder through a supportive employer who opened opportunities and encouraged upward movement. I also have the privilege of working for an employer who holds continued education in high regard.”

About Berkshire Associates:

Berkshire Associates is a human resource consulting and technology firm specializing in helping companies build the ideal, balanced workforce. As an industry leader, Berkshire provides the latest tools and services for affirmative action, applicant management, compensation management, workforce planning, diversity, and professional training. For over 25 years, Berkshire has serviced the nation’s most recognizable companies; and as a result has mastered providing clients with cost-effective solutions to everyday human resource challenges.

About The Daily Record:

For more than 123 years, The Daily Record Company has provided trusted legal and business information to Maryland readers. In addition to the daily newspaper published five days a week, The Daily Record publishes its website,; four blogs, On the Record, Eye on Annapolis, Maryland Business, and Generation JD; four e-newsletters, TDR Insider, Real Estate Weekly, In-house Counsel, and Auction Notices and a variety of special publications on topics of interest to Maryland business and legal professionals.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: on behalf of the company listed above.

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Posted On: Columbia, MD August 03, 2011maryland driving record

It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! No it’s the North American Eagle

Leslie Porterfield, (in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest woman on two wheels), will drive the North American Eagle at speeds twice her current record in an attempt to establish a new World Land Speed Record for a woman driver.

Take a converted F-104 Star fighter powered by the 50,000hp GE J-79 turbo-jet engine, place Leslie Porterfield behind the wheel and this October we may see a New World Record set for the Fastest Woman on Earth.

Leslie Porterfield, (in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest woman on two wheels), will drive the North American Eagle at speeds twice her current record in an attempt to establish a new World Land Speed Record for a woman driver.

“I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of such a dynamic team. I am honored to be part of their mission to go after the absolute unlimited land speed record. This is an opportunity of a lifetime!” Leslie Porterfield stated.

“The run in October will not only establish a new World Land Speed Record for Leslie and the North American Eagle, it will also act as a practice run on our attempt of breaking the current World Land Speed Record of 763mph in 2012,” commented Ed Shadle co-owner and driver of the North American Eagle.

“The North American Eagle has the power and the aerodynamics to break the record in 2012. The underdog team of The North American Eagle is exactly what is needed to lift the spirits of this country. The only thing stopping what could be the greatest events setting a new speed record for a woman driver and for the title of the fastest person on earth is a sponsor,” stated Douglas Schwartz, Media Director for the team.

Companies spend tens of millions of dollars annually on a single race car in events filled with other vehicles sponsored by competitive companies. It is rare that an opportunity comes along where millions of people around the world will be following a series of events and one company can have exclusive sponsorship to these events and have its name associated with these records for the rest of time.

For more information please contact:

Douglas Schwartz

NAE Media Director

2070 Homestead Rd.

Santa Clara, CA 95050

P: 408-246-3749

E: Doug(at)sterlingci(dot)com

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Posted On: Spanaway, WA July 12, 2011

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