Alabama Code Title 32. Motor Vehicles and Traffic

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions.
  • Chapter 2. Department of Public Safety.
  • Chapter 3. State Safety Coordinating Committee.
  • Chapter 4. Highway and Traffic Safety Coordination Act.
  • Chapter 5. Regulation of Operation of Motor Vehicles, Etc., Generally.
  • Chapter5a. Rules of the Road.
  • Chapter 5B. Alabama Safety Belt Act of 1991.
  • Chapter 5C. Window Tinting.
  • Chapter 6. Licenses and Registration.
  • Chapter 6A. Autocycles.
  • Chapter 7. Motor Vehicle Safety-Responsibility Act.
  • Chapter 7A. Mandatory Automobile Liability Insurance.
  • Chapter 7B. Alabama Online Insurance Verification System.
  • Chapter 8. Uniform Certificate of Title and Antitheft Act.
  • Chapter 9. Trucks, Trailers, and Semitrailers.
  • Chapter 9A. Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Requirements.
  • Chapter 10. Motor Vehicle Accidents.
  • Chapter 11. Rescue Squads.
  • Chapter 12. Motorcycles and Motor-Driven Cycles.
  • Chapter 13. Abandoned Motor Vehicles.
  • Chapter 15. Renting, Hiring, and Using Motor Vehicles.
  • Chapter 16. Selling Used Motor Vehicles.
  • Chapter 17. Warranty Work on Motor Vehicles.
  • Chapter 17A. Nonoriginal Equipment Manufacturer Aftermarket Crash Parts Disclosure.
  • Chapter 18. Municipal Testing Stations.
  • Chapter 19. Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Devices.
  • Chapter 20. Alabama Manufactured Home Certificate of Title Act.

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