3 New Virginia Laws That Affect Drivers on July 1st

in driving, auto insurance, Virginia, car insurance, impaired driving, ridesharing, driving safety, driving rules, cell phone driving laws, driving laws, Virginia laws, bicycle safety, DUI, what are the driving laws in Virginia?, marijuana use in a car in Virginia, new driving laws, share the road, legalizing cannabis Jun 29, 2021

This year is adding up to be a year of change for the commonwealth. From 2021 legislation regarding balloon releasing, voting rights, and gun control taking effect Thursday, July 1, a few new laws will affect Virginia motorists. To add to last year's new driving laws, drivers in the commonwealth will see definitions around the use of legalized cannabis in a car, changes in state auto insurance minimums, and driving with bicyclist's safety in...

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Top Teen Driver Risks Every Virginia Parent Needs to Know | NNINS

in insider, safety tips, driving, Virginia, car insurance, diy, local, distracted driving, teen driver, parenting, rental car insurance, speeding, drunk driving, impaired driving, laws, car, driving safety, passengers, texting and driving, student, Learners permit Oct 16, 2020

Fall brings unique challenges to teen drivers due to the start of the school year, Friday night lights, and homecoming season. While things may look quite different this year and many activities for your teen are canceled, they can still be vulnerable as they learn to navigate Virginia's roads. NHTSA's Teen Driver Safety Week reminds parents of the importance of conversations with their teens about rules they need to follow to stay safe...

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Find A Sober Ride in Virginia This Holiday Season

in safety tips, driving, Virginia, car insurance, crash, drunk driving, impaired driving, holidays Dec 9, 2019

The 2018 Thanksgiving weekend in Virginia proved deadly for 12 drivers and passengers, including a City of Winchester police officer. Alcohol was a factor in at least two of the fatal crashes. And take a look at the picture below. It may look like our state decorated with holiday lights; sadly it's a map from the Virginia DMV 2018 Crash Facts Report marking alcohol-related driving fatalities.

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