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  2. Traffic ticket - Wikipedia

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    A parking ticket issued in Washington, D.C. in 2011. Checker giving a parking ticket, Seattle Washington, 1960. In the United States, most traffic laws are codified in a variety of state, county and municipal laws or ordinances, with most minor violations classified as infractions, civil charges or criminal charges. The classification of the ...

  3. FasTrak - Wikipedia

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    FasTrak is the electronic toll collection (ETC) system used in the state of California in the United States. The system is used statewide on all of the toll roads, toll bridges, and high-occupancy toll lanes along the California Freeway and Expressway System . As with other ETC systems, FasTrak is designed to eliminate the need for cars to stop ...

  4. National Driver Register - Wikipedia

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    The National Driver Register (NDR) [1] is a computerized database of information about United States drivers who have had their driver's licenses revoked or suspended, or who have been convicted of serious traffic violations, such as driving under the influence or drugs or alcohol. (see 23 Code of Federal Regulations 1327 Appendix A for a ...

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  6. Penalties for driving without insurance in Illinois - AOL

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    The first offense of driving without insurance in Illinois is considered a petty offense, and drivers may be fined at least $500 but no more than $1,000. For a driver convicted of uninsured ...

  7. Pay-by-plate parking - Wikipedia

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    Pay-by-plate machines are a subset of ticket machines used for regulating parking in urban areas or in parking lots. They enable customers to purchase parking time by using their license plate number. The machines print a receipt that generally displays the location, machine number, start time, expiration time, amount paid, and license plate.

  8. Disabled parking permits of the United States - Wikipedia

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    12 months. No cost. Tennessee Department of Revenue. 2 years. 6 months. $26.50 and $3 renewal for permanent and $10 and $10 renewal for temporary. No charge for permanent placard if vehicle registration is in applicant's name, however $3 renewal charge still applies; $2 charge for replacement placards.

  9. Is it OK to run a stop sign in a parking lot in California ...

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    Here’s what the California Vehicle Code says about observing stop signs.