Travel vs. Driving

February 26, 2009
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Continuation on the topic of “Travel vs. Driving”. Driving is a Privilege for Commercial use and that Traveling is a RIGHT and for PRIVATE use. Originally when licensing was first enacted it was for Commercial use. They changed it years later for all use.

Stephenson v. Binford, 287 U.S. 251 (1932)
Packard v. Banton 264 U.S. 140 (1924)
Driver Licensing vs. the Right to Travel
Collection of Legal Citations supporting the Right to Travel

Muckraker Report – Driving is a Right Not a Privilege

We also discussed the differences between an Automobile and a Motor Vehicle. An automobile is something that is for pleasure, or for travel of persons on highways. A Motor Vehicle is an Automobile that is used for hire or profit.

U.S. DOT Document Sample
Bouvier’s Dictionary of Law (search ‘DRIVER’ and ‘TRAVEL’)

Other Links of Interest:
NC Constitution
New Hampshire Act


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