Arizona Auto Insurance
If you plan on driving in Arizona, you need to protect yourself with
auto insurance. According to state and federal law, in fact, you must
buy an Arizona auto insurance property if you plan to operate or
register a motor vehicle. Taking a moment to learn about Arizona auto
insurance laws and policies can help you understand how to get the best
deal possible. Read more...
Arizona Defensive Driving/Traffic School
In Arizona, defensive driving or traffic school is a great way to
become a better driver. In addition, taking classes has legal and
financial advantages. Driving University is the Arizona Supreme Court
approved course provider, and attending this Arizona driving school is
easy and beneficial. Read more...
Arizona Driving School/Drivers Ed
In order to be a better driver, there are a number of classes that
you might want to (or in some cases, have to) complete. These traffic
school courses can teach you what you need to know about driving safely
in Arizona. For new drivers, taking an Arizona driver’s ed course is
crucial. The state of Arizona doesn’t expect you to know how to drive
the moment you get your permit, but they do expect you to be a good
driver by the time you take your driving test to get your license. Read
Arizona Driving Record
In Arizona, from the moment you get your permit, you have an
official Arizona driving record on file with the state. This record
contains all sorts of important driving information about you that can
be used by the court and by insurance companies. You may also want or
need a copy of your driving record, so it is important to understand
how to get it and why it is important. Read more...
Arizona Driving Safety
This section contains information valuable about driving safety,
including information about defensive driving techniques, road rage,
California school zones and California Seat Belt Law. Read
If you are caught drinking and driving in Arizona, you could face
fines, license suspensions, and more. Keep in mind, though, that you
should avoid drinking and driving not because of the legal
repercussions, but because it is dangerous. You can use the information
below to help you understand your legal rights surrounding a DWI/DUI
case in Arizona, as well as to help you learn about the dangerous of
drinking and driving. Read more...
In Arizona, the office controlling the state’s highways and drivers
is the Department of Transportations Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). This
is the equivalent of a DMV or MVC found in other states. As a resident
of Arizona, it is your duty to ensure that you’re following all the
rules set forth by this motor vehicle department. Read more...
Arizona Red Light Cameras
Right now, red light cameras are being highly debated in Arizona.
Although many major cities are using them, some question if being
served via mail is legal. If a camera catches you running a red light,
they mail you the citation, which you are required to sign and send
back, according to the paperwork. However, by signing, you are
acknowledging, “I ran a red light” and waiving your rights to be served
the ticket in person. Read more...
Arizona Speeding Ticket
An Arizona speeding ticket can lead to fines, license suspensions,
and more. If you’re a driver in Arizona, it is important to learn how
speeding could affect your life. You can use the following information
to understand more about speeding laws in this state. Read more...
Arizona Traffic Court
The Arizona Traffic Court is a specific court system set up to deal
with tickets and other traffic offenses. This court is governed by
Arizona’s Supreme Court and includes judges and other staff members,
just like other Arizona courts. If you get a ticket and need to appear
in court, Arizona traffic court is most likely where you’ll end up. Read