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How to Ship a Car From Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico sounds so tropical, so different, so foreign, but it is actually a part of the United States. As such, people move daily from the island to the mainland and vice versa. It is actually quite easy to ship a car from Puerto Rico to the mainland in comparison the the reverse. But there are p

How to Calculate a Settlement From a Car Accident

Most of us prefer to avoid legal problems, but sometimes these issues arise out of nowhere. A car accident is one such legal issue since it happens suddenly and causes damage. Determining how much that damage is worth to the parties involved requires knowing the costs of the accident and how to coll

Reckless Driving in Virginia

Understanding a Reckless Driving conviction in Virginia. Will you be imprisoned if convicted of Reckless Driving in Virginia?

How to Register a Boat Trailer in Florida

If you purchase a boat in Florida, chances are it will come with a trailer. Do not forget to register your trailer when you register the boat, or you will be fined for towing an unregistered vehicle. The process of registering the trailer will depend on several factors, including the weight of the t

California Auto Tint Laws

California's car window tint laws ban the use of red, amber or blue colors in tinting.reflection image by Furan from Fotolia.comTinting your car windows may sound like a good idea when it gets too hot for your comfort. You may also like the idea of the additional privacy you get from...

How to Get Theme Park Ticket Discounts from Disney

Walt Disney World, in Florida, and Disneyland, in California, are popular vacation destination. Walt Disney World has of four theme parks, two water parks and other entertainment areas. Disneyland is smaller, but still offers many ride and entertainment options. Tickets can be expensive, but there a

Tennessee Law on Child Restraint Seats in a Car

When it comes to child passenger safety legislation, Tennessee is on the cutting edge. Not only was Tennessee the first state in the nation to implement a child restraint law, but, as of June 2010, it is the toughest in the country, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).

How to Obtain a Duplicate Car Title From the DMV

In order to obtain a duplicate title for your car from the Department of Motor Vehicles, the original must have been either lost, stolen or mutilated. If the title of your car falls into one of these categories, you are eligible to apply for a duplicate title. The specifics and costs involved will v

How to Fight North Carolina Speeding Laws

Just because you've received a speeding ticket doesn't mean you have to pay it. In North Carolina, as in other states, you're welcome to contest your speeding ticket in court. Not only are speeding tickets costly, they can raise your insurance premiums. Each county in North Carolina has a different

Specifications for Handicap Access

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), public buildings and facilities must provide access to individuals with disabilities. The law provides standards---listed in the ADA Accessibility Guidelines---for building access, facility design standards and signage for accessible routes.

Road Accident Fund Act 56 of 1996

The Road Accident Fund is Act #56 of the South African parliament from 1996. The act creates a fund to compensate drivers who have had wrongfully caused damages and a regulatory board to oversee the act's implementation.

Video: Tips on How to Act When Pulled Over

Video Transcript I'm here to talk to you today about what to do when you're being stopped by the police. Once you've pulled over to the side of the road or the side the parking lot of onto the side street, once you've done that remain in your vehicle. Resist the urge to want to get out...

DMV Class B License Requirements

Driving school buses, dump trucks and some straight trucks requires a class B commercial driver's license.truck image by pearlguy from Fotolia.comObtaining a class B commercial driver's license takes a lot of studying and training. The holder of a CDL B can operate any vehicle that does...

How to Change Ownership on Abandoned Vehicles

The term "abandoned vehicle" means a number of things to law enforcement officials. Commonly, it refers to vehicles that pose a nuisance. Abandoned vehicles include dilapidated cars, cars that are inoperable on private property and cars that break down on public roadways. Some junk cars ma

How to Transfer a Certificate of Title

A certificate of title is an official document used to establish ownership over an automobile. Several reasons may exist to transfer a certificate of title, including the sale or gift of the automobile, inheritance, adding or deleting an owner and paying the automobile's note in full. Each state has

How to Apply for a Disability Parking Permit in Texas

County tax offices handle disability parking permits in Texas. To acquire a permit, a person must meet the legal definition of disability. The individual must have worse than 20/200 vision or a narrow field of vision or a condition that impairs mobility such as paralysis, cardiac deficiency, lung di

Getting a DUI and the Financial Costs

With the crack down on driving under the influence and the tougher laws that go along with that, it is highly recommended that you do not drive under the influence of anything. But if you do and you get caught, this is what you can expect.

How to Return License Plates in Massachusetts

When you sell your car or take if off the road in Massachusetts, or when you move to another state, you must ensure your registration plates are returned to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. The state's Registry of Motor Vehicles is responsible for issuing and collecting plates. To can

Have Doubts About the Accuracy of a Traffic Ticket? Here Are a Few Tips

Here is a familiar situation that many motorists find themselves in at one point or another: A police officer stops you and cites you for a violation, such as failure to stop, no turn signal, lack of assured clear distance, etc. You firmly believe that you in fact were following all traffic laws and