Supporting Source: Article 7. Motor Vehicle Accidents.
Supporting Source: Article 11. Accidents.
Supporting Source: § 46.2-373. Report by law-enforcement officer investigating accident.
Source: DMV Law Enforcement Division. DMV special agents have offices inside the customer service centers where they respond immediately to concerns, such as individuals who attempt to pass counterfeit documents. Their presence serves not only to deter attempts of criminal activity, but also to facilitate partnerships with DMV customer service representatives as a first line defense in the detection of fraudulent documents and apprehension of offenders. Field Investigations agents also are charged with enforcing the Virginia Code section intended to protect Virginia consumers from unsafe vehicles and vehicle fraud arising from the illegal sale of vehicles without the required business and motor vehicle dealer licenses, safety inspections, warranties, titling, or taxes. This statute also protects licensed motor vehicle dealers from unfair and illegal competition and ensures that the state and localities collect appropriate revenues.
Supporting Source: Virginia Driver's Manual.
Supporting Source: Interactive Driver's Manual With Practice Questions.
Supporting Source: Commercial Driver License Manual.
Source: Virginia Traffic Crash Facts.
Supporting Source: Related Crash Data.
Source: Staged Auto Accident Fraud.
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