Texas Driving Laws, Don’t Break Them

Do You Drive?

If you drive, you need to know the driving laws. You need to know every law that can affect you.

For example, who has the right of way when a pedestrian wishes to cross the street? What happens if you’re charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI). What happens if you hit and kill someone when you’re DUI?

These issues and many more are covered under Texas Driving Laws. If you’re charged, you need immediate legal advice and representation. Turn to Mark Barber, Attorney at Law.

Mark Barber Attorney at Law

Mark Barber of Wichita Falls, Texas has years of experience working within the legal system as an Assistant District Attorney and as a private lawyer. His law firm’s major areas of practice are criminal law, divorce, and family law. He represents people charged under Texas Driving Laws.

If you find yourself on the wrong side of the law you’ll need the best there is in legal advice and representation. All you say or do can be used against you in a court of law if you aren’t protected. Mark Barber, Attorney at Law will do everything needed to protect you. Mark Barber and his law firm will give 100% to protect you.

Mark will listen to your situation, develop a sound legal strategy, and clearly outline the options available to you. Your freedom could depends upon your choice of legal advice. Make your choice wisely today.

Texas Driving Laws

Texas Driving Laws are covered under the:

These three documents are what every person who learns to drive needs to know. They inform the reader about the impacts of breaking the laws.

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A place to start learning about Texas Driving Laws, or to refresh your knowledge, is the Texas Driver Handbook (Revised 2014). The Texas Driver Handbook was written principally to help young drivers learn the rules of the road. It introduces laws in preparation for taking the Texas Driver’s Examination. It’s a great reference for gaining an up-to-date record of Texas Driving Laws.

For New Drivers

For new drivers, the breach of laws is extremely stiff.  If you’re under 21 years of age, you are considered a minor.  Therefore, you may “not purchase, attempt to purchase, consume, or possess an alcoholic beverage.”  If you have liquor anywhere in the car and no passenger is over the age of 21, you will be in breach of Texas Driving Laws.

There’s “zero tolerance” for drinking and driving under the age of 21. If there is a “detectable amount of alcohol in (your) system while operating a motor vehicle on a public street, it is a criminal offense.” (IBID)

If you find yourself on the wrong side of the law, get legal representation immediately by calling Mark Barber, Attorney at Law.

For All Drivers

For all drivers, a driver’s license in Texas bestows a large responsibility. In Texas alone more than 3,000 people are killed on the roads each year. There are more than 80,000 injured. Take your responsibility seriously. Know the laws and drive safely and responsibly.


If you’ve been charged with a driving offense, that’s a serious issue. It’s worse if it’s a criminal offense. You could face severe fines, loss of your license, jail or penitentiary time, and a criminal record. You’ll need the best legal representation possible. Mark Barber, Attorney at Law and his legal firm will give 100% to assist you.

Get the legal representation you deserve. Call Mark today, and get your first consultation free. Call (940) 761 3009 , or contact Mark through his website by Clicking Here.

Making one call to Mark Barber, Attorney at Law could be the best decision you could make. Do it today. Better yet, do it NOW!


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