BEFORE BUYING A USED CAR: Use car budget calculator - you can afford on used car • Choose appropriate car model • Check pre-owned car costs, fuel economy and other standard features • Purchase certified pre-owned car for manufacturer & additional extended warranty • Verify used cars documents - bill of sale, title transfers, duplicate title, license plate & registration • Get Best & cheap car insurance on used cars • Know vehicle history reports • Get used cars for sale nearby • Do test drive the car on different road conditions • Have pre-purchase inspection.

Michigan's Basic Speed, Move Over & implied consent laws

What is the Michigan's Basic Speed Law?
The safe speeds for conditions. Requires motorists to drive at a careful speed in all driving conditions and be able to stop safely.

What is the Michigan's "Move Over" law
Michigan has an “emergency vehicle caution” law -- better known as the “move over” law. Applies to the first responder, in Michigan, it's required that drivers move over when approaching a stationary emergency vehicle with it's overhead lights on on roadways with two or more lanes. It’s fairly simple: when you see a first responder, injured on the road at the scene of accident, you must “move over and slow down.” Give one clear lane to an officer that has already pulled someone over. www.michigan.gov/bdic online basic driver improvement course eligibility. Drivers can be ticketed and fined, and face up to 4 points on their license for not moving over and/or slowing down. here are enhanced penalties (up to 15 years in prison and/or a $7,500 fine) if motorists causes injury or death to a first responder.
Drivers can be ticketed and fined, and face up to 4 points on their license for not moving over and/or slowing down. here are enhanced penalties (up to 15 years in prison and/or a $7,500 fine) if motorists causes injury or death to a first responder.

what is Michigan's implied consent law
when you sign for your license you are giving consent to get tested for alcohol in the body

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