Tennessee Code Title 55. Motor and Other Vehicles

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  • Chapter 1. Motor Vehicle Title and Registration Law--Definitions
  • Chapter 2. Administration by Department of Revenue
  • Chapter 3. Certificates of Title
  • Chapter 4. Registration and Licensing of Motor Vehicles
  • Chapter 5. Anti-Theft Provisions
  • Chapter 6. Fees and Duties of Officers Under Title and Registration Law--Disposition of Funds
  • Chapter 7. Size, Weight and Load
  • Chapter 8. Operation of Vehicles--Rules of the Road
  • Chapter 9. Equipment--Lighting Regulations
  • Chapter 10. Accidents, Arrests, Crimes and Penalties
  • Chapter 12. Financial Responsibility
  • Chapter 13. Financing Sale of Motor Vehicles
  • Chapter 14. Dealers in Secondhand Automobile Tires and Accessories
  • Chapter 15. Sale of Motor Fuel Regulated
  • Chapter 16. Unclaimed or Abandoned Vehicles
  • Chapter 17. Vehicle Sales Licenses
  • Chapter 18. Automobile Clubs and Associations
  • Chapter 19. Commercial Driver Training Schools
  • Chapter 20. Highway Safety
  • Chapter 21. Disabled Drivers and Passengers
  • Chapter 22. Motor Vehicle Races
  • Chapter 23. Motor Vehicle Storage Act
  • Chapter 24. Motor Vehicle Warranties
  • Chapter 25. Uniform Motor Vehicle Records Disclosure Act
  • Chapter 26. Pedal Carriages and Rickshaws
  • Chapter 27. Funds Held in Trust by Dealers, Distributors and Manufacturers
  • Chapter 50. Uniform Classified and Commercial Driver License Act
  • Chapter 51. Motorcycle Rider Education and Safety
  • Chapter 52. Safety of Children
  • Chapter 53. Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Devices

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