Larry Snow with the Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News for Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
In Vehicle News
Top ten Cars that are driven the most in the US, or more specifically trucks
For the overwhelming majority of Americans, driving is as much a part of the fabric of daily life as brushing your teeth or combing your hair. In fact, according to data from the U.S. Department of Transportation, the average American logs over 13,000 miles behind the wheel each year.
For source data, Carvana examined 2015 model year vehicles across 1,638,427 transactions from January 1, 2018 to May 23, 2018 to find out which vehicles were sold with the highest mileage.
In Terrorism News
From US News
The University of Arkansas is searching for patterns in U.S. terrorism as part of a federally-funded research.
The university’s Terrorism Research Center has begun the American Terrorism Study, a three-year project funded by a $716,000 National Institute of Justice grant. The study includes about 575 U.S. terrorism-related occurrences or planned occurrences that were never carried out, in addition to about 4,300 “precursor events,” the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported.
In Driving News
Trump’s Personal Driver for 25 Years Sues for Unpaid Overtime
Donald Trump’s personal driver for more than 25 years says the billionaire real estate developer didn’t pay him overtime and raised his salary only twice in 15 years, clawing back the second raise by cutting off his health benefits.
Noel Cintron sued the Trump Organization for about 3,300 hours of overtime that he says he worked in the past six years. He’s not allowed to sue for overtime prior to that due to the statute of limitations.
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