As of July 28th, you must carry liability insurance with
limits of at least:
- $25,000 for injuries or death to another person
- $50,000 for injuries or death to all other people
- $10,000 for damage to another person’s property
What about mopeds? No liability insurance is required. But make sure it’s truly a moped – with a maximum speed of 30 mph. Here’s the definition of a moped.
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Department of Licensing keeps close watch
on intermediate licenses. One committed
ticket results in a warning letter mailed to the home.
A second committed ticket results in a 6
month suspension or until age 18, whichever comes first. A third committed ticket results in
suspension until age 18.
Seems simple enough. But the tricky part is that if your young
driver is in an accident that results in NO ONE getting ticketed, that accident
is a strike against their license.
What if the police can’t decide who is
responsible? That one is a strike
against the license as well.
Similarly, any single car accident your
child is in results in a strike against their license.