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Showing List for: Motor Vehicles - Traffic Violations




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Last Action


 HB1044 Motor vehicles; relating to unlawful use of cellular telephone; allowing certain mobile telephone use; effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (S)



 HB1071 Motor vehicles; increasing certain highway speed limits; effective date.       APPROVED BY GOV



 HB1451 Motor vehicles; handicapped parking violations; increasing fine for violations; portion of fine to be deposited in certain revolving fund; effective date.       REF TO PUBSFTY (H)



 HB1926 Motor vehicles; allowing school districts to install cameras on school bus stop-arms; creating revolving fund; effective date.       ENROLLED TO SENATE (H)



 HB2453 Motor vehicles; clarifying manner by which motor vehicles may overtake and pass cyclists; effective date.       REF FOR ENGR (S)



 HB2454 Motor vehicles; allowing bicycles to proceed through red light in certain situations; effective date.       APPROVED BY GOV



 HB2528 Motor vehicles; speed limits; prohibiting leniency for certain speeding violations; effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 SB120 Law enforcement vehicles; requiring certain markings on vehicles doing traffic enforcement. Effective date.       REF TO PUBSAFE (S)



 SB189 Motor vehicles; following too closely; providing certain exceptions; defining certain term. Effective date. Emergency.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 SB219 Motor vehicles; providing certain exceptions for following too closely. Effective date. Emergency.       REF TO TRANS (S)



 SB260 Motor vehicles; prohibiting contracting for the use of photo monitoring devices. Effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (H)



 SB337 Mopeds; modifying areas where mopeds are allowed to operate. Effective date.       REF ENGROSSMENT (H)



 SB445 Motor vehicles; modifying penalties for overtaking bicycles; providing for certain right-of-way. Effective date.       REF TO PUBSAFE (S)



 SB640 Motor vehicles; removing penalties for driving in certain roadway lanes. Effective date. Emergency.       GENERAL ORDER (S)



 SB643 All-terrain vehicles; modifying certain areas where all-terrain vehicles are allowed to operate. Effective date.       GENERAL ORDER (S)



 SB89 Motor vehicles; approaching a stationary vehicles on roadway; expanding scope that require exercise of due caution. Effective date.       HA'S READ (S)



 
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