IIHS Introduces Interactive Maps to Check Traffic Laws

Motorcyclehelmets When it comes to state-by-state traffic laws, the U.S. is a patchwork of regulations that vary greatly depending on where you’re driving.

Now, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is offering visitors to its website interactive online maps that illustrate different traffic laws for each state. The first two laws to get state-by-state mapping are regulations for motorcycle and bicycle helmets, and rules governing automated enforcement technology, like red-light cameras.

IIHS Makes Interactive State Law Maps Available Online (IIHS.org)

By Stephen Markley | March 19, 2009 | Comments (0)
Tags: Safety

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