What You Need to Know About Texas Traffic Laws and Taillamps

October 12th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Traffic Offenses, Traffic violations attorney, Understanding Texas Law

A broken taillight is often a pretext for police to initiate a traffic stop. Indeed, it is a traffic violation to operate a modern vehicle (one made after 1960) without at least two functioning taillamps. According to Section 547.322 of the Texas Transportation Code, the taillamps must be mounted on the rear of a vehicle […]

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