Moyock, NC asked in Civil Litigation and Traffic Tickets for North Carolina

Q: How can Virginiaenforce a tint violation on a traveling outofstate vehicle and getaway with violating the righttopasslaw

How can Virginia enforce a tint violation on an out of state vehicle and get away with violating the right to pass law?

1 Lawyer Answer
Amanda Bowden Houser
Amanda Bowden Houser
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Jacksonville, NC
  • Licensed in North Carolina

A: You think you get to just roll thru another state and violate their laws? Really? Why limit it to your window tint? Why don't you go as fast as you want as well? I mean, how can they enforce speed limit laws against you being from out of state and all - you ought to be able to drive thru Virginia as fast as you want. Right? Or how about carrying some dead hookers and a fat suitcase full of heroin in your trunk? You are from out of state, you get to have whatever you want in your car - you got that 'right to pass' law. Right? Or hey, why not just kill all the people in Virginia who piss you off as you are passing thru? The law doesn't apply to you - your from out of state and just 'passing thru' under your 'right to pass' law. If there is such a law - it doesn't mean what you apparently think it means.

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