Monthly Archive: May 2019

May 08

Arizona Teen Driving Laws and Enforcement

The Class G license carries the following restrictions: •    For the first 6 months, the teen cannot drive between 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. unless it is a family emergency, he is driving to or from work, a school sponsored activity, or religious activity. The teen can drive between 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. in …

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May 08

Arizona (AZ) Teen Auto Insurance Laws, Rates & Requirements

In the state of Arizona, in 2008 a total of 3,533 teens between the ages of 15-19 were injured in car accidents where the teen was the driver. A total of 28 teens ages 15-19 died in car crashes in 2008. In all 28 accidents, the teen was the driver. The state of Arizona wants …

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May 08

Arizona Auto Insurance Laws, Minimums, Requirements

the state of Arizona? -Arizona requires that every motor vehicle operated on its highways be covered by liability insurance through a company that is authorized top do business in Arizona.  -In the state of Arizona, golf carts, motorcycles, and mopeds are all considered motor vehicles and must carry at least the minimum levels of liability insurance.  …

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May 08

Bars and Restaurants May be Liable for Damages in Kentucky DUI Car Accidents

Car accidents in Los Angeles caused by drunk drivers are doubly tragic. First, innocent victims are injured or killed. Second, the accident probably would have been avoided if the driver had exercised restraint and did not attempt to drive while intoxicated. In 2008 in Kentucky alone, 226 of the 826 car accident fatalities were related …

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May 08

Arizona DUI Laws

Driving under the influence in the state of Arizona is a violation of the state’s per se law. This means, the offender has a blood alcohol level at or higher than the legal limits (within two hours of driving) at the time of the offense. Arizona DUIs are also prosecuted based on evidence that the driver’s ability …

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May 08

Arkansas Auto Insurance Laws, Minimums, Requirements

the state of Arkansas? In the state of Arkansas, it is against the law to operate a motor vehicle without minimum liability on your vehicle. Arkansas verifies that all motor vehicles registered in the state maintain liability insurance as required by Arkansas law. In the state of Arkansas, the minimum liability insurance coverage is 25/50/25, that …

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