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The New Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act


Abstract:
Since the advent of the automobile, legislatures have been increasingly concerned with the problem of highway safety. Realizing the need for providing greater financial protection for users of the highway, the 1953 North Carolina General Assembly enacted a new Safety-Responsibility Law. The new law increases the likelihood of recompense for innocent accident victims, and brings North Carolina financial responsibility legislation in line with laws now in effect in the majority of other states.
Source:
Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 20 Issue 4, Dec 1953, pInside front cover, 12, Inside back cover, back co
Record #:
17673