Posted by Brett Osborne on July 01, 1998 at 22:25:41:
In Reply to: Right to Travel vs Liberty of Movement posted by Derek Kyle on July 04, 1997 at 19:22:32:
: Can anyone please explain the difference betweeen the Right to Travel and my Liberty of Movement? So far, I only understand that travel is an act of commerce while movement is not.
Driving is an act of commerce and only one is considered a "driver" (One who uses an automobile on the the public thoroughfares, and uses the roads AS his/her place of business such as a taxi service.
look up Family Automobile Doctrine
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