Car Accident Lawyer Offers a Violations List For Philadelphia Drivers

PA car accident lawyer Jeffrey Harlan Penneys, Esq. provides this list of violations that could give rise to liability in a car accident lawsuit in Pennsylvania. You can read more about the applicable vehicle code by clicking on the name of the code in the right hand column of the chart below:

Drinking & Driving ViolationsDriving After Imbibing Alcohol or Utilizing Drugs

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 38)

Driving Without a License in PA or

Driving
With a Suspended License

Licensing of Drivers: Violations

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 15, Subchapter C)

Driving Without Insurance in PA or

Driving
With Insufficient Insurance

Financial Responsibility: Proof of Financial Responsibility

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 17, Subchapter H)

Driving Without Registration in PA

Driving With Expired Registration in PA

Registration of Vehicles: Violations and Suspensions

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 13, Subchapter C)

Illegal U-Turn in PennsylvaniaRules of the Road: Turning, Starting, and Signals

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 33, Subchapter C)

Leaving the Scene of an Accident or

Hit & Run in Pennsylvania

Miscellaneous Provisions: Accidents and Accident Reports

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 37, Subchapter C)

Mechanical Violations in PAEquipment Standards (PA Vehicle Code Ch. 41)

Lighting Equipment (PA Vehicle Code Ch. 43)

Other Required Equipment (PA Vehicle Code Ch. 45)

Reckless Driving in PennsylvaniaMiscellaneous Provisions: Reckless Driving

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Section 3736)

Running a Red Light in PA or

Running a
Stop Sign in PA

Operation of Vehicles: Traffic Control Devices

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 31, Subchapter B)

Seat Belt Violations in PA or

Child Restraint Violations in PA

Other Required Equipment: Child Passenger Protection

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 45, Subchapter E)

Speeding in PennsylvaniaRules of the Road: Speed Restrictions

(Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Ch. 33, Subchapter F)

Unlawful Vehicle ModificationsEquipment Standards (PA Vehicle Code Ch. 41)

Lighting Equipment (PA Vehicle Code Ch. 43)

Other Required Equipment (PA Vehicle Code Ch. 45)

If you have been involved in an accident where any of the above is a factor (as far as you can determine), or the accident occurred through no fault of your own, contact PA car accident lawyer Jeffrey Harlan Penneys at 1-215-771-0430 (Cell) or 1-800-InjuryLaw (1-800-465-8795) for a free case review.

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