In Virginia, hanging things from your rear view mirror is generally illegal. Additionally, in certain situations it can lead to further criminal charges.
If you own a car in Virginia, you should know the state’s laws on driving without insurance. Specifically, you should know about the Uninsured Vehicle Fee.
Generally speaking, a DUI conviction in Virginia will only result in a misdemeanor. However, in certain cases it can be tried as a class 6 felony.
Farm use license plates and F-tags are useful ways for farmers to save money on their vehicles. However, there are certain guidelines they need to follow.
In Virginia, improper device use can result in fines and points on your license. However, this is a charge that’s very hard to prove in court.
U-turns are a useful maneuver when you find yourself in need of a quick direction correction, but are they legal in Virginia?
Recently, a report from the Legal Aid Justice Center found that one in every six Virginia drivers has a suspended license.
In Virginia it is unlawful to operate any motorized vehicle without a valid driver’s license and can cause you a lot of legal problems.
Having a suspended license can really hurt you. In Virginia, the solution for many is to apply for a restricted driver’s license.
Hit and run is a serious charge in Virginia that can leave you with large fines and even jail time.
Reckless driving in Virginia is a misdemeanor, not just a traffic infraction. This guide covers the ins and outs of reckless driving procedure in Virginia.