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Overview of Federal Laws About Traffic Violation

Prior to 1966, traffic violations were part of day to day governance of Local and State Departments of Transportation. Upon legislation of the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act and the institution of The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) through the subsequent amendment of the said Act, Federal traffic laws notify on nearly everything pertaining to Motor Vehicle Laws i.e. parameters of safety for vehicle manufacturers, occupants and drivers as well as instructions to drivers about maintenance, operation and compliances for passenger safety. The jurisdiction of Federal Laws is applicable to national highways, bridges and all transportation assets that are owned or operated by the Federal Government, Additionally, NHTSA prescribes and regulates fuel economy standards. NHTSA also conducts local highway safety programs. Another Agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) state/local agencies in order to execute various federal highway programs on highway safety and technological excellence.

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Usually, traffic laws and definitions of traffic violations differ from one state to another, but some basic definitions, rules and regulations are notified on a National level by NHTSA. Some of them being:

  1. Registration of motor vehicles with the State of residence of owner or driver is mandatory. Although, noncompliance and expiry are governed by the respective state, the NHTSA may notify detention, seizure and/or prevention of entry of such vehicles on National Highways
  2. Driving with a valid license, not being under intoxication, influence of alcohol, substance abuse, impairment due to medical condition or driving beyond the prescribed special circumstances etc
  3. Minimum maintenance standards of vehicle like working tail lights, tires, safety belt etc
  4. Adherence to prescribed speed limits, safety instructions, parking instructions, passenger safety notifications etc

While, State Government and County Offices reserve the right to suspend licenses, the Federal Government reserves the right to enforce the recall of an unsafe vehicle and/or instruct the prohibition of the incumbent driver.

Federal Government not only sees traffic violations as a civil issue, but also a health issue. Under the aforesaid act, it identifies three segments of high risk populations that are more prone to traffic violations:

  1. Drivers Under Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI): Usually, National highway journeys are very long journeys with very tight schedules for drivers. As such, time constraints, momentary lapse of reason or a behavioral compulsion, often makes drivers consume alcohol while driving or immediately before a long drive. The sheer frequency of DUI and DWI violations makes them the most high risk segment
  2. Pedestrians: Prior to 1997, pedestrian fatalities had jumped by a staggering 41% in 22 years. National Highways have higher speed limits, higher density of heavier vehicles and almost no intersections. This makes drivers less vigilant of pedestrians unless they are near a pedestrian crossing that usually goes under or over the highway. A combination of a lack of pedestrian friendly infrastructure and highway specific driving habits make pedestrians a high risk group
  3. Young Drivers and Passengers: Like any other Law, due care is taking in notifying traffic laws specifically towards the safety of minors and young drivers aged 16-20. Historically, teenagers have been discovered to be more susceptible to violating traffic laws as compared to adults and it becomes imperative that such drivers and passengers be provided extra safety measures owing to their age

In Practice, traffic violations under Federal Law are notified as civil offenses in addition to the Criminal prosecution instituted by the State against the said offender. Federal involvement at this stage is considered critical in evaluation of the actual vehicle, infrastructure and equipment safety standards that are mandated in crash reports.

Latest Traffic Violation Arrests

  • Moving Traffic Viol (Driv While Lic Suspend Revocation Equiv Status)
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Knowingly Drive While Lic Suspended Revoked
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 3Rd Or Subsq Off
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 3Rd Or Subsq Off
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp 3Rd Or Subsq Off
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch - Dui Alcohol Or Drugs
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp Habitual Offender
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Operate Motor Vehicle Wo Valid License
  • Moving Traffic Viol (Reckless Driving 1St Off)
  • Moving Traffic Viol (Drive While Lic Susp Habitual Offender)
  • Moving Traffic Viol (Driv While Lic Suspend Revocation Equiv Status)
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (Dui Influence Of Alcohol Or Drugs)
  • Veh Theft (Grand Theft Of Motor Vehicle)
  • Moving Traffic Viol (Driv While Lic Suspend Revocation Equiv Status)
  • Drugs-Possess - Cntrl Sub Wo Prescription
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (0.15 Or Higher Or W Person Under 18 In Vehicle)
  • Moving Traffic Viol - Drive While Lic Susp Habitual Offender

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