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Maryland MVA Test – Noah’s Law

The new Maryland law that went into effect on October 1, 2016, is named after Noah Leotta. The new law requires an ignition interlock device to be installed in the vehicle of a driver convicted of drunk driving or who fails a breath test. Administrative suspensions are also tougher with the new law.
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Getting Arrested for Drunk Driving

Arrested for drunk driving - NHTSA image library What should you do if your are being pulled over and arrested on suspicion of drunk driving? Here are some simple tips you should remember. If you know your rights and can stay calm, you’ll keep your dignity, and the sooner you can write the whole thing off.
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Implied Consent – What Does It Mean?

Implied consent means that you have not expressly agreed to be tested, but the consent is inferred from your license application and the fact that you are driving on public roads. This is probably the part you must know for your driver’s license or permit test exam. If you refuse to take a test, you risk losing your driver's license, permit, or privilege to drive! Your license or permit will be suspended, revoked or denied depending on the laws in your state.
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Below the Legal Limit

Can you be convicted of DUI even if your Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is below the legal limit? The simple answer is: YES, you can. Before taking your written knowledge test, you should make sure you understand why.
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What is the National Driver Register?

Criminal records are not accessible to just anybody. But you can get information about drivers who have had their licenses revoked or suspended. You can also check who have been convicted of serious traffic violations such as driving under the influence (DUI). Learn how.
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