Everyone who grew up in, or has lived in, New York State knows that there are two seasons; winter and construction. The construction season is still cranking as we get ready to welcome the unofficial end to summer.

There have been numerous reports and warnings to be careful when driving in road construction areas this summer. There are even automated radar zones that will send you a ticket if you are speeding in a work zone.

But it is the signage that has some upset. Although most areas are designated with a shovel in the ground sign or utility work sign, there are some signs that people may take offense to.

There are some who feel that the "men at work" or "men working" signs are out of touch and outdated. It was a decade ago when this exact case was presented in Ohio.

According to the NYDailyNews.com:

An Ohio community college demanded that a construction crew stop working on campus until it removed a "Men Working" sign that an administrator deemed "sexist."

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If you are caught speeding, you may find that you are dealing with more than just a ticket.

New York State is no longer joking around with repeat offenders when it comes to speeding. In fact, there is a device that they are proposing to be used and installed in your car if you are someone who gets pulled over for speeding on a regular basis.

According to reports, State Senator Andrew Gounardes and Assemblywoman Emily Gallagher want a speed limiting device to be installed in offenders' vehicles.

Under a bill proposed by state Sen. Andrew Gounardes and Assembly Member Emily Gallagher, drivers who receive six speeding tickets and red-light camera violations, or four speed camera or red-light violations, in a year would have to install the device, ensuring they could not exceed the speed limit by more than five miles per hour.

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