3 Most Basic Traffic Laws
The three most basic traffic laws require drivers to:
- Obey traffic control devices (lights and signs);
- Obey the traffic directions of a law enforcement officer or firefighter, even if it goes against what the traffic control devices tell you to do;
- Never drive on a roadway that has been closed for construction, for the purpose of a special event, or for any other official reason.
Regulations in red are new this year.
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