A reckless driving conviction can result in jail time, fines, community service, restitution to victims harmed by your conduct, and participation in counseling. Moreover, your license may be suspended and your insurance rates increased. Reckless driving may be describe by terms such as reckless manner, reckless disregard, careless or negligent manner, without due caution, and by other similar phrases.
If you’re charged with reckless driving, you’ll see some of the terms cited above on the ticket. Even if there are no injuries or damage to property, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t be convicted for reckless driving.
You have the right to contest your citation. Florida Traffic Defense handles Reckless Driving tickets statewide and offers a free consultation with a qualified traffic attorney. Call us now.
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