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DMV > Information Centers > Laws and Regulations > PA Vehicle Code (Title 75) Begin Main Content Area PA Vehicle Code (Title 75) Table of Contents PART I: PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS. Chapter 1: General Provision. PART II: TITLE, REGISTRATION AND LICENSING. Chapter 11: Certificate of Title and Security Interests. Chapter 13: Registration of Vehicles. …

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1. The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: Advertisement—An oral, written or graphic statement which offers for sale a particular motor vehicle or motor vehicle goods and services or which indicates the availability of a motor vehicle or motor vehicle goods and services, including a statement or representations made in a newspaper, periodical, pamphlet, circular, other publication or on radio or television; contained in a notice, handbill, sign, billboard, poster, bill, catalog or letter; or printed on or contained in a tag or label which is attached to merchandise. Bona fide, substantial reduction—A reduction of at least 5.0% of the usual selling price. Bureau—The Bureau of Consumer Protection of the Commonwealth. Clear and conspicuous—A statement, representation or term differing from other statements, representations or terms being made so as to be readily noticeable to the person to whom

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Pennsylvania's Diesel-Powered Motor Vehicle Idling Act (Act 124 of 2008) (35 P.S. § 4601 (2009)) On October 9, 2008, Governor Rendell signed Act 124 to reduce unnecessary idling in diesel-powered motor vehicles, including trucks and buses. The Act took effect February 6, 2009. On May 1, 2010 the exemption to this Act for sleeper-berth vehicles…

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Buying a motor vehicle is, for most Australian consumers, a signifi cant purchase. It is therefore important that motor vehicle manufacturers and dealers are aware of and comply with the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), which is contained in a schedule to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, when advertising their products.

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However, if these vehicles are originally manufactured so that they can go faster than 20 miles per hour, they are treated as motor vehicles under Federal law. The standard requires low-speed vehicles to be equipped with headlamps, stop lamps, turn signal lamps, taillamps, reflex reflectors, parking brakes, rearview mirrors, windshields, seat belts, and vehicle …

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The Maximum penalty for the offence of Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle is 7 years imprisonment. If the offender uses or intends to use the motor vehicle, aircraft or vessel for the purpose of facilitating the commission of an indictable offence, the offender is liable to imprisonment for 10 years. (a) wilfully destroys, damages, removes or

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The price of a car is never what it seems. There’s the selling price, the fees, the add-ons, and taxes. When it’s all said and done you end up with you “out the door” price, and one of the line items you’ll see on your purchase agreement is a “doc fee”. Car dealer doc fees show up on EVERY car deal, and on this page we’ve aggregated all the car dealer doc fees by state for …

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Motor vehicle law covers all the aspects of registering and titling motor vehicles, and licensing drivers. It also covers highway, driver and vehicle safety laws. The associated laws and regulations are governed by both Federal and individual State laws. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) within the U.S. Department of Transportation sets and …

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PA Vehicle Code (Title 75) Motor Voter Law Resources: The Pennsylvania Code. The Pennsylvania Bulletin . The Pennsylvania General Assembly Governor's Goals. Government that Works. Improve customer satisfaction with state services. Government that Works. Improve government efficiency and employee engagement. Government that Works. Help keep people …

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Motor vehicles traveling at 35 MPH or less must not exceed 88 decibels. Motor vehicles traveling over 35 MPH must not exceed 92 decibels. Tip: Always check with local county laws in Pennsylvania to make sure you are following any municipal noise ordinances that may be more stringent than state-level laws. Frame and suspension. Pennsylvania frame and …

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The current definition of motor vehicle in the PPS Regulations includes personal property that is built to be propelled, wholly on land, by a motor that forms part of the property and is capable of either a speed of at least 10km/h or has 1 or more motors that have a total power greater than 200W. The new definition of motor vehicle in

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Non-Member Bundled Price: $798 $758. PA Motor Vehicle Insurance: Analysis of the Financial Responsibility Law (2017) Bad Faith, etc. This treatise is frequently referred to as "the Bible" of Pennsylvania Auto Law. It includes approximately 4,000 cases from 1984 to the present, has been cited by state and federal court judges, and gets better with each passing year. It is an …

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The Pennsylvania Department of State's Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers, and Salespersons rates as your best source for finding information about becoming a licensed motor vehicle dealership and running your business. For information about titling and registering the vehicles you buy and sell, consult the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Motor …

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Are there any low speed vehicle laws in pennsylvania?

This is an in-depth guide to Pennsylvania Golf Cart & Low-Speed Vehicle Laws. We’ve created this guide to help you, the consumer, in determining Pennsylvania’s laws. Is this state Medium Speed Vehicle friendly? No State Law is Currently in Place. Is License and Registration a Requirement? For LSVs, yes.

What are the rules for buying or selling a car in pennsylvania?

If you are buying or selling a vehicle that is already titled in Pennsylvania, the seller must list the purchaser’s name and address, sign and print their name and disclose the odometer reading if applicable, in the presence of an authorized agent. In addition, the purchaser must sign and print their name in the spaces provided.

How much is sales tax on a used car in pa?

SALES TAX. Pennsylvania sales tax is 6% of the purchase price or the current market value of the vehicle (7% for residents of Allegheny County and 8% for City of Philadelphia residents).

Where can i find information about pennsylvania vehicle laws and regulations?

For information regarding the regulations and rules dealing with driver's licensing procedures, vehicle titling/registration processes, traffic laws and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) administration, the Pennsylvania vehicle code is the place to turn.

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