Traffic Violations Resource Links
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Summary of State Speed Laws (.pdf)
This publication is distributed by the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and includes a Summary Table on Aggressive Driving Laws, a Summary Table of State Speed Laws, a Summary Table of Special Sanctions for Exceeding the Speed Limit in Either a Construction or School Zone, a State by State Analysis of statutes (or regulations) concerning speed limit or speed related violations, and an Appendix summarizing the Uniform Vehicle Code’s (UVC) provisions related to speed.
State Transportation Web Sites (DOTs and DMVs)
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s mission is to identify problems, foster research that seeks solutions, and disseminate information and educational materials that promote good traffic safety practices.
State Statutes on Motor Vehicles
Links to state statutes on motor vehicles, provided the Legal Information Institute (LII).
What Happens if I’m Stopped by an Officer of the Law?
Information intended to help drivers who are stopped by police officers, provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Highway Safety Deskbook: Speed Enforcement
Part Six of the Highway Safety Deskbook contains information about speed enforcement programs, the national maximum speed limit, speed measurement devices and other speed enforcement topics.
Highway Safety Deskbook: U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Concerning the U.S. Constitution and Traffic Laws
Part Sixteen of the Highway Safety Deskbook discusses U.S. Supreme Court decisions concerning DWIs, hit and run accidents, parking violations, police stops, roadblocks, Miranda warnings and other traffic-related legal issues arising under the U.S. Constitution.
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