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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Virginia on
Q: I lived in MD some ten years ago and has MD driving license. I have lived in another country since then.

And recently got a ticket for failure to update Licence while I had a short stay with family in VA. I was just in US for less than 3 weeks .

Andrew Stewart
Andrew Stewart
answered on Dec 18, 2019

You are required to update your license within 60 days of moving to Virginia. If you plan on remaining in Virginia you should obtain a Virginia license. If not, then you should get an updated license from your new state of residence.

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Q: Does Virginia Code 19.2-11.01 cover the expenses of recovering a stolen car?

My vehicle was stolen over the weekend and has since been recovered. In order to get my vehicle from the private impound lot i had to pay 400$

Andrew Stewart
Andrew Stewart
answered on Dec 18, 2019

If the person who stole the car is prosecuted then you will be eligible to receive restitution from that individual for the the cost of getting your car from the tow lot.

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