New State Laws Go In Effect September 1st - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/31/07

New State Laws Go In Effect September 1st

Hundreds of new state laws go into effect Saturday, September 1st. Several are driving laws.

One requires drivers 79 and older to renew their licenses in person. Another says that drivers ticketed going more than 95 miles per hour cannot take a driving safety class to dismiss the citation.

To see a complete list of the laws, click here.

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