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Low-speed bicycles and driving while revoked/suspended By Ted Harvatin Traffic Laws and Courts, October 2018 The Illinois General Assembly, recognizing the growing popularity of power-assisted bicycles and the lack of clarity regarding regulatory oversight of them, recently enacted legislation to address these uncertainties.
PA 99-0296: The 1,826 days and nights of BAIID By Ted Harvatin Traffic Laws and Courts, November 2017 This law provides that anyone with a Restricted Driving Permit may only operate a vehicle equipped with a breath machine and must do so for five consecutive, uninterrupted years (1,826 days per the administrative rules) prior to being eligible for full reinstatement.
Secretary of State administrative code changes 2016 By Ted Harvatin Traffic Laws and Courts, July 2016 A look at the recent rule changes within the Secretary of State's purview. 
CDL and “masking” issue By Ted Harvatin Traffic Laws and Courts, December 2015 Federal regulations prohibit “masking” in order to avoid the CDL consequences.
What constitutes “vehicles,” “motor vehicles” and their Illinois Vehicle Code violations By Ted Harvatin Traffic Laws and Courts, September 2015 A helpful overview of these frequently used terms.
How to determine if a traffic ticket is a “mover” and if so, the potential driver’s license sanctions By Ted Harvatin Traffic Laws and Courts, May 2014 A roadmap for analyzing potential traps for the unwary practitioner.

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