Laws regarding driving with a cracked windshield vary according to state. For instance, according to WOWT-NBC Omaha, it was legal to drive with a cracked windshield in Nebraska as of 2011, but doing so in Iowa could result in a driver being ticketed.Continue Reading
Centennial Glass points out that driving with a cracked windshield is illegal in most states. Doing so is dangerous both because of the possibility of the windshield breaking fully and because many windshield cracks impede a driver's vision. CarWindshields.info explains that states also differ in their requirements regarding windshield repair. Some states allow repair of cracked windshields with aftermarket parts, while others do not.Learn more about Is This Illegal?
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In general, a driver from any U.S. state is not allowed to enter Canada with a DUI conviction, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. However, it is possible to apply for a waiver. Information on how to do so is available through the Canada Border Services Agency.Full Answer >
While it varies by state, most states require a driver's license or a special moped license to operate a 49 cc scooter. Almost universally, individuals must be at least 15 years old to ride a scooter legally.Full Answer >
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