Missouri Law

Do You Need a Front License Plate in Missouri?

Drivers in Missouri may be confused about whether the law requires all registered vehicles to display a license plate in both the front and back of the car. That confusion is understandable. As you go about your day in St. Louis, you are likely to see vehicles that don’t have a front plate. This can… read more

Right-of-Way Laws in Missouri

All Missouri drivers must follow the same rules of the road. In that requirement, the state helps ensure that its drivers know what is expected of them and their fellow motorists. Being able to anticipate another driver’s movements is especially important at dangerous intersections and in high-traffic areas. Missouri’s traffic code includes right-of-way laws that… read more

Is It Possible to Get Out of Jury Duty?

Very few people want to see a jury summons in their mailbox. Serving on jury duty can be time-consuming.  When summoned to jury duty in Missouri, many must miss work and make daycare arrangements for their children. However, there could be some ways to get out of it. Unfortunately, the list of reasons to get… read more

What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean?

Driving a car requires people to make decisions constantly. Can I make it through this yellow light? Do I have enough time to enter the roundabout?  We all know how good it feels when someone voluntarily lets us pull in front of them on the roads when we need to merge or change lanes. A… read more