Arizona Laws

March 29, 2022 in

New law to allow Arizona motorcyclists to share lanes with stopped cars

PHOENIX, AZ - Motorcyclists will soon be able to get by traffic a little faster and possibly avoid more crashes. Gov. Doug Ducey signed SB 1273 on Thursday, which allows motorcycle riders to get along the side of and pass a car that is stopped in the same lane. The law says it will...
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April 22, 2021 in

Arizona Drivers Can Be Pulled Over For Hanging Items On Rearview Mirror

According to Arizona State Statute 28, a person cannot drive with anything obstructing their view hanging from their rearview mirror. Police are allowed to stop any driver that fits that qualification. Arizona State University School of Criminology Professor and former assistant Phoenix Police Chief Kevin Robinson says laws like this are mostly used to stop...
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October 14, 2019 in

Arizona Golf Cart Laws

A golf cart is a vehicle designed for toting golf clubs and players on golf courses. However, many people in Arizona use them as a regular mode of transportation. They are fuel-efficient and the perfect size for many. Golf carts are popular in Arizona among seasonal residents who come to the state each winter....
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September 30, 2019 in

Arizona Window Tint Laws [Updated 2021]

Tinted windows are common in Arizona. With temperatures regularly climbing over 100 degrees in the summer months, window tint can offer respite from the sun. It can keep the interior temperature of a vehicle cooler and protect the seats and dashboard from sun-related wear. If a driver breaks the law by tinting the windows...
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September 23, 2019 in

Arizona Leash Law

It is against the law in Arizona to allow a dog to run at large in public places. Dogs running at large could pose risks such as dog bite injuries, as well as other incidents, such as dogs jumping on people. For this reason, Arizona has a statewide leash law all pet owners must...
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October 17, 2018 in

Car Inspection Laws in Arizona – What Do You Need to Know?

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) controls vehicle emissions to help the environment and improve air quality within the state. It’s mandatory to undergo and pass a Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP), according to the ADEQ. Ignoring the mandatory emissions inspection could result in tickets, fines, and the inability to drive your vehicle...
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