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How To Find Your State’s Vehicle Code

Posted on October 20th, 2009 in | 5 Comments

How To Find Your States Vehicle Code
Each state has a vehicle code, which is the collection of laws that govern the use of motor vehicles in that state. Some states make it easier than others to find specific laws, but each state’s vehicle code covers a wide range of violations including speeding violations, red light violations, and other ticketable offenses.

So that it’s easier for motorists to be informed about the laws in their state, we’ve collected links to each state’s vehicle code below:

Alabama Vehicle Code (Title 32)
Click Here

Alaska Vehicle Code (Title 28)
Click Here

Arizona Vehicle Code (Title 28)
Click Here

Arkansas Vehicle Code (Title 27)
Click Here

California Vehicle Code
Click Here

Colorado Vehicle Code (Title 42)
Click Here

Connecticut Vehicle Code (Title 14)
Click Here

Delaware Vehicle Code (Title 21)
Click Here

District of Columbia Vehicle Code (Title 50)
Click Here

Florida Vehicle Code (Title 23)
Click Here

Georgia Vehicle Code (Title 40)
Click Here

Hawaii Vehicle Code (Title 17)
Click Here

Idaho Vehicle Code (Title 49)
Click Here

Illinois Vehicle Code (Chapter 625)
Click Here

Indiana Vehicle Code (Title 9)
Click Here

Iowa Vehicle Code (Title 8)
Click Here

Kansas Vehicle Code (Chapter 8)
Click Here

Kentucky Vehicle Code (Title 16)
Click Here

Louisiana Vehicle Code (Title 32)
Click Here

Maine Vehicle Code (Title 29-A)
Click Here

Maryland Vehicle Code (click Maryland Code –> Transportation)
Click Here

Massachusetts Vehicle Code (Chapter 90)
Click Here

Michigan Vehicle Code
Click Here

Minnesota Vehicle Code (Chapters 160-174)
Click Here

Mississippi Vehicle Code (Title 63)
Click Here

Missouri Vehicle Code (Title 19)
Click Here

Montana Vehicle Code (Title 61)
Click Here

Nebraska Vehicle Code (Chapter 60)
Click Here

Nevada Vehicle Code
Click Here

New Hampshire Vehicle Code (Title 21)
Click Here

New Jersey Vehicle Code (Title 39)
Click Here

New Mexico Vehicle Code (Chapter 66)
Click Here

New York Vehicle Code (Click TRA)
Click Here

North Carolina Vehicle Code (Chapter 20)
Click Here

North Dakota Vehicle Code (Title 39)
Click Here

Ohio Vehicle Code (Title 45)
Click Here

Oklahoma Vehicle Code (Title 47)
Click Here

Oregon Vehicle Code (Title 59)
Click Here

Pennsylvania Vehicle Code (Title 75)
Click Here

Rhode Island Vehicle Code (Title 31)
Click Here

South Carolina Vehicle Code (Title 56)
Click Here

South Dakota Vehicle Code (Title 32)
Click Here

Tennessee Vehicle Code (Title 55)
Click Here

Texas Vehicle Code (Title 7)
Click Here

Utah Vehicle Code (Title 41)
Click Here

Vermont Vehicle Code (Title 23)
Click Here

Virginia Vehicle Code (Title 46)
Click Here

Washington Vehicle Code (Title 46)
Click Here

West Virginia Vehicle Code (Chapter 17)
Click Here

Wisconsin Vehicle Code (Chapter 340-351)
Click Here

Wyoming Vehicle Code (Title 31)
Click Here


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5 Responses to “How To Find Your State’s Vehicle Code”

  1. Randy says:

    Randall also why is your logo a swastika? And why didn’t you answer why you care about laws since you said that you do your best to break them?

  2. Randall says:

    Thank you for this. When ever i take a trip accross state lines i try to find the laws of that state, but it’s such a pain in the ass sometimes. This makes it so much easier.

    • Randy says:

      Randall what would you care what the laws are? You said you never follow the laws that you already know about.

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