Many Virginia residents often wonder whether they should fight a traffic ticket in court, and are unsure about the costs and benefits of doing so.
Virginia’s DUI laws don’t only apply to alcohol. Driving while under the influences of drugs, whether illegal or prescription, is also illegal in the state.
Driving while drowsy is a very serious and growing problem in the United States, which causes tens of thousands of accidents every year.
While reinstating your Virginia driver’s license is simple on paper, the process itself can take several months and several days in court.
Losing your license in Virginia is actually surprisingly easy. This guide goes over all of the ways the DMV can revoke or suspend your driver’s license.
In this guide, we cover the basics of underage DUIs in Virginia, and offer three useful tips to help your child fight an underage DUI charge.
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.
Most Virginia DUIs count as misdemeanors, however in certain cases a judge will instead try them as Class 6 felonies.
Farm use license plates and F-tags are useful ways for farmers to save money on their vehicles. However, there are certain guidelines you 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?