Texas Traffic Laws

The number of traffic laws recorded in all states including Texas, seem endless. They range from maintaining a certain distance between vehicles to driving the posted speed limits. But, no matter what the traffic laws are, they all share a central purpose—and that's to protect drivers. It is strongly discouraged to break them as the laws save lives. The Texas Department of Public Safety provides up-to-date information on Texas's traffic laws. To ensure you're driving under the rules of the road, or to refresh your memory, visit their website here.




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