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What is Joshua's Law?

by: Claire Gillespie

Joshua's Law imposes tighter requirements on teen drivers in Georgia. Georgia's House and Senate passed the bill in 2005, and the law went into effect on January 1, 2007. Under Joshua's Law, all teens under 17 who apply for a provisional license ...
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What Is the Booster Seat Law?

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What Is a Rebuilt Title?

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What Does Salvage Title Mean?

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How to Get a Florida Driver's License

by: Anne Baley

To get a driver's license in the state of Florida, you need to meet a list of requirements. You have to pass a 50-question test about street signs and rules of the road, plus pass a driving test. In addition, you have to pay a $48 fee.
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How to Get a Motorcycle License in Texas

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How to Get Your Driver's License At 16

by: Teo Spengler

If your state allows you to drive at 16, you'll have to take the written test and skills test like everyone else, but also complete additional requirements your state mandates for teens. These may include driver's ed classes, driving with a permit ...
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How to Apply for a Lost Car Title

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If you are planning on buying or selling a car, you cannot do so legally without a copy of the certificate of title. Do not purchase a car without a title--the car might have been stolen, or there may be a defect in the title that will cause you ...
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Car Repossession Laws in Texas

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Falling behind on car payments is not only stressful, but also can result in the car getting repossessed. Like other states, Texas has specific statutes governing how secured property can be repossessed. These laws can apply to any car loan ...
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Oregon Repossession Laws

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