Charles Nguyen
Charles Nguyen
Charles Nguyen is a writer who’s been up and down California covering crime, cops, courts and government with his dog Woody. His reporting days began at UCSD, where he worked at the campus publication the Guardian and moved his way up from reporter to editor in chief. He wrote as much as he could for the twice-weekly newspaper, from a news series covering an on-campus pornography scandal to reviews of pop music and Denzel Washington films. His post-college clippings brought him from Barstow to the Oakland area –- and now back to San Bernardino County with Online Auto Insurance News. He also spent a year at the San Diego District Attorney’s Office as part of the Americorps VISTA program, aiding in re-entry and outreach efforts to felons and underprivileged youth. Charles is dedicated to applying his writing experience to produce useful news and sound reports for OAIN readers.
Latest News by Charles Nguyen
New legislation permitting smartphones as a way of proving insurance coverage to law enforcement and state officials was finalized Tuesday in Idaho, making it the first state in the U.S. to enact such...Read More »
Girls and older teens are most prone to engage in distracted driving behaviors, according to a new study of young drivers from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. The report, called “Distracted...Read More »
A two-year operation involving food trucks in Miami, more than a dozen staged accidents and hundreds of thousands of dollars in phony claims recently yielded more than 15 arrests, according to a state...Read More »
Louisiana lawmakers want police to give notice to the public before setting up stops where motorists are checked for proper motor vehicle inspection stickers, proof of insurance and other driving documents...Read More »
Legislators in Arizona rejected a bill last week that would have allowed police to tow and impound uninsured cars. The legislation, SB 1165, failed to pass with a 6-7 vote in the House Appropriations...Read More »
Laws in New York that would make it more difficult for criminals to cash in on the state’s “no-fault” auto insurance system are moving through the state Legislature, with the New York Senate...Read More »
A recent Erie Insurance survey quizzing shoppers and buyers on car insurance knowledge shows that the vast majority get their information from TV or the Web, but also that the focus on discounted...Read More »