South Dakota Traffic Laws, South Dakota Driving Laws

Dissimilar to most different states, South Dakota does not allocate points for speeding infringement. Remember, however, that in any case you'll need to pay the fine.

Likewise, insurance agencies keep a nearby watch on criminal traffic offenses, regardless of the possibility that you're not giving any point for them. In the event that you heap up enough violations―or even one or two― it might be sufficient to knock you into a higher premium rate.

Eventually, your insurance agency may scratch off your strategy, concluding that you're not worth the danger. Having this "high-hazard" tag put on you is a load when looking for auto protection. It confines the quantity of insurance agencies who will welcome you as a client. Furthermore, the ones who will take you will probably hit you with a premium expense

Drinking & Driving ViolationsDriving Under the Influence (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-23) Driving Without a License / With a Suspended LicenseProhibition against driving without license (SD Laws section 32-12-22)
Driving while license is revoked, suspended, or canceled (SD Laws section 32-12-65) Driving Without Insurance / With Insufficient InsuranceMaintenance of financial responsibility--Violation as misdemeanor (SD Codified Laws section 32-35-113) Driving Without Registration / With Expired RegistrationOperation of vehicle while registration is suspended (SD Laws section 32-5-101)
Application for registration (SD Codified Laws section 32-5-2) Illegal U-TurnU-turn prohibited in passing zone or where unsafe (SD Codified Laws section 32-26-25) Leaving the Scene of an Accident / Hit & RunAccidents and Accident Reports (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-34) Mechanical ViolationsVehicle and Accessory Specifications (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-15)
Vehicle Lights and Flares (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-17)
Wheels, Tires, and Special Vehicles (Ch. 32-19)
Weight, Size, and Load Restrictions (Ch. 32-22) Reckless DrivingReckless and Unsafe Driving (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-24) Running a Red Light / Stop SignTraffic Control Devices (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-28) Seat Belt / Child Restraint ViolationsSafety Belt System Usage in Passenger Vehicles (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-38)
Child Passenger Restraint System (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-37) SpeedingSpeed Regulation (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-25)Unlawful Vehicle ModificationsVehicle and Accessory Specifications (SD Codified Laws Ch. 32-15)Wheels, Tires, and Special Vehicles (Ch. 32-19) Weight, Size, and Load Restrictions (Ch. 32-22)

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