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The state of Texas has passed a law making it illegal to have a frame or bracket around the license plate on your car.
Motorists in a number of U.S. states can be fined for failing to slow down or change lanes when passing parked emergency vehicles.
California law makes it illegal to use windshield wipers when a vehicle's headlights are not on.
State police are about to launch a 30-day speeding ticket frenzy.
Florida motorists can block the DMV from disclosing their motor vehicle and driver license records.
Michigan motorists can be fined for not signing the backs of their car registrations.
By 2008, drivers will have to submit to formal identification checks and have Federal ID#s
implanted in their hands.
E-mail lists new traffic laws going into effect in 2007 in California (or Texas or Georgia or Florida or Washington).
New law going into effect in November 2007 will make it illegal for motorists in Pennsylvania to use cell phones while driving.
E-mail lists new California traffic laws taking effect in 2008.
Massachusetts is no longer mailing notifications for driver's license renewals.
California is planning to ban black cars in order to curb global warming.
Illinois uses photo radar in freeway work zones.
Federal regulations require states to upgrade all street name signs to use mixed case lettering.
List details new California traffic laws and fines taking effect in 2011.
A new law taking effect in 2014 prohibits smoking in cars when children are present.
Pennsylvania passed a law banning New Jersey drivers from its highways.
The state of New York is requiring residents to have their lawn mowers inspected annually.
Canadian police are ticketing motorists for parking their cars with the windows down.
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