Monday, November 7, 2016

What is considered to be “reckless careless driving”?

According to Florida law, a driver can be guilty of reckless careless driving by exceeding the speed limit, unsafely changing lanes, tailgating/ following a vehicle too closely, failing to yield to right-of-way, improperly passing, violating traffic control and signal devices (i.e. traffic lights/signs)

See: § 316.1923, Fla. Stat.

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