Tag: virginia anti texting

Virginia’s New Anti-Texting Law

Virginia’s New Anti-Texting Law As of July 1, 2013, it is unlawful to use a handheld personal communications device, like an iPhone, to send or read text messages or emails while operating any moving motor vehicle. Motor vehicles include cars, trucks, motorcycles, and, under certain circumstances, mopeds. A person found guilty of texting while driving […]
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Guest Blog: New York Residents with VA Traffic Tickets

Virginia and Out-of-State Traffic Tickets If you have a New York driver’s license and receive a Virginia traffic ticket, you are not off the hook just yet. If convicted of a NY traffic offense and you are a VA driver, you will have to deal with: The conviction being placed on your driving record Points […]
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Police Conclude Virginia Traffic Safety Campaign

VA Police Issue Hundreds of Speeding Tickets Did you happen to notice more Virginia State Police issuing speeding tickets on the interstates this past weekend? Operation Air, Land, and Speed  is an enforcement campaign launched several times a year by the Virginia State Police aimed at catching traffic violators on Virginia’s interstates. Saturday, June 23, […]
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Don’t Speed in Norway! Speeding Fines Around the World

Beyond Virginia: Speeding Ticket Fines If you have ever received a speeding ticket in Virginia, you’re first concern is probably how much it’s going to cost you. Aside from the fine and court costs, you also have to think about increased insurance premiums. In the United States, you’re likely to face no more than $2,500 […]
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Driver Not Guilty of Reckless Driving in Spotsylvania

Driver Charged with Reckless Driving after Hitting VA Radio Host A Virginia man has been found not guilty of reckless driving in Spotsylvania, VA. He was accused of reckless driving in an incident that killed noted local radio personality Brian Strobel. Ralph Thomas Rapillo was charged with reckless driving when his vehicle ran off the road […]
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