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- Tips for Handling an Illinois Traffic Stop
We’ve all been there: felt the panic rise over us when we see flashing lights in our rearview mirror; felt the anxiety of getting pulled over even if we think we are doing nothing wrong. The truth is, most of us have been or will be pulled over for a traffic infraction at some point in our lives.
- Rise in Car Safety Tickets in New Jersey
New Jersey motorists who drive on bald tires or with broken tail lights may not have to worry about failing inspection anymore, but they should be prepared to pay a fine.
- What Is the Virginia School Bus Stop Law?
In Virginia, you must stop for any stopped school bus that has flashing red lights and an extended stop sign when you approach from any direction on a highway, private road or school driveway. You must stop and remain stopped until all children are clear and the bus moves again.
- Truck Driver Fatigue Causes Serious Trucking Accident
Highways are crowded with trucks full of cargo delivering goods throughout the country. Often times, truck drivers put in very long work weeks and are required to drive considerable hours each day.
- Your Rights When Stopped by Police
When an individual is stopped by the police it can be an overwhelming experience, especially when there is the possibility of criminal charges.
- How to Avoid Trouble During a Traffic Stop
Millions of Americans fear what can happen during a traffic stop. The names “Ferguson” and “Rodney King” have taken on a significance in the national psyche that will not soon be shaken.
- How Do You Prove Liability in an Auto Accident?
Without having professional experience in the legal system, personal injury law can be complicated, even intimidating. You know you weren’t at fault for the accident that caused your injuries, but how can you prove it?
- Driving While License Suspended or Revoked Offenses in Florida
Driving with a suspended or revoked license can be as benign as a civil traffic violation or as serious as a third degree felony, depending on the reason for the suspension and/or your number of prior convictions.
- Convicted of a DUI? You will Need an Ignition Interlock Device in Rhode Island
Starting Jan. 1, Rhode Island judges and magistrates will have the authority to prohibit drivers convicted of operating a vehicle under the influence, or those who refused a chemical test, from driving a vehicle without an ignition interlock system. According to a news report in The Providence Journal, the new law requiring an ignition interlock device for those with prior DUIs goes into effect on New Year's Day.
- Tips for Staying Safe on California Roads During the Holiday Season
This is the time of the year when California's highways become full to capacity with parents, children, cousins, grandparents, and friends traveling through the state to be together for the holidays.