What are moving violations in Texas?

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Leona Emert
Leona EmertLicensed Insurance Agent

Posted on Feb 07, 2023

There are a variety of moving violations that can occur while driving in Texas. Some of the most common violations include speeding, running a red light, and driving without a seatbelt. These violations can result in fines and/or points on your driving record. It is important to be aware of the potential consequences of committing a moving violation, and to always drive safely and responsibly.

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