Latest Driving & DMV Information Nov 2014, page 3

Looking To Acquire Your A Class B License in Texas?

by Joshua on Nov 06, 2014.
Filed under: Texas
A commercial driver’s license is a kind of driver permit an individual can request to transport interstate or intrastate trade. This excludes bikes and mopeds; people who hold a legitimate CDL may drive all vehicles in the class for which that permit is issued, including their individual vehicle. Any vehicle that requires an endorsement (i.e. school transport, dangerous material, and so on.) may not be determined unless the correct endorsement shows up on the CDL. As the commercial vehicles a... Read More

Little Known Ways To Make The Most Out Of A Motorcycle Insurance Policy

by Joshua on Nov 04, 2014.
Filed under: Motorcycle
If you are in the market for motorcycle insurance, you have no doubt found that not all policies are equal. You may have also found that it is quite a task to find just the right insurance for you, and this holds true especially if you are shopping for motorcycle insurance for the very first time. Read on and find out what you need to know to make the best decision for you. Why You Need Motorcycle Insurance In all 50 states, having motorcycle insurance is the law. You must carry liability ... Read More

Getting Into A Motor Vehicle Accident During A Cross-Country Move

by Joshua on Nov 03, 2014.
Filed under: Driver's License
Getting into a motor vehicle accident is one thing. Getting into a motor vehicle accident while on a cross-country move is another thing. For the most part, an accident action plan in this situation is mostly the same as getting into any other accident within state. However, there are some minor tweaks essential to properly dealing with the incident and getting on with the move. Keep Emergency Kit Materials in the Car Besides a cell phone, drivers should also keep the following in their car: ... Read More

Facts Everyone Should Know About Seatbelt Safety

by Joshua on Nov 01, 2014.
Filed under: Driver's License
Seat belts are not exactly a new idea, as restraints have been around for a couple of centuries. But they were not made an essential part of a car’s safety gear until the 1970s. It was not until the 1980s and into the 1990s that seat belts laws were standard in all 50 states. Today, if you decide to ride in a car without a seat belt, there is a very good chance you’ll get to meet one of your town’s police officers up close and personal. There is a very good reason why seats belts are the l... Read More


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