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Frequently Asked Questions
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You may get a temporary permit to drive a vehicle to get it inspected. If the vehicle does not pass inspection you may not drive the vehicle as it is classified as unsafe for the road.
The vehicle must not be in violation of inspection standards, otherwise it will have to be towed to where you are getting the vehicle inspected.
Permits can be obtained through your local police agency, unless the vehicle will be driven from one town to another, in which case the State Police or Sheriffs Department can issue you a permit.
The Licenses & Permits section of the Maine State Police.
Within the state of Maine the Bureau of Highway Safety has an excellent web page with detailed instructions on appropriate installation and use of child safety seats.
Maine requires all persons 4 years of age or older to be properly secured in safety belts. The law applies to all passengers and drivers of motor vehicles manufactured with safety belts.
The Traffic Violation Bureau in Lewiston.
Call 511 and follow the voice prompts or visit www.511maine.gov.
Go to the Maine Crash Reporting web-site.
Go to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries Lake and River Protection web-site.
Go to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 29-A, Chapter 19.
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