Florida Drivers: Top 10 For America’s Worst Drivers

Florida Drivers: Top 10 For America’s Worst Drivers

GMAC Insurance recently conducted a survey of a driver’s basic knowledge of the laws of the road. The company quizzed more than 5,000 drivers in all 50 states and the results are in. While New York has what GMAC Insurance deems as the worst drivers, Florida finished ninth overall. Many law firm clients think that the lack of knowledge of traffic laws is a valid defense against their traffic ticket but unfortunately that is not the case. According to the survey about 41 million Americans would fail their written driver’s test if they had to take it today. While most drivers are aware of the laws surrounding speeding, running a red light and driving with a suspended license there are many laws out there that Florida driver’s aren’t as familiar with. Some are newer laws like Florida’s Move Over Law or some are just misunderstood like what is careless driving or reckless driving. If you want to take the test yourself, visit www.nationaldriverstest.com. If you have been cited for a traffic violation in Florida and need qualified legal representation, please do not hesitate to contact experienced Traffic Ticket Lawyers such as Jason Diamond at the Traffic Ticket Team www.trafficticketteam.com or email jason@trafficticketteam.com (954) 967-9888


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    • jason March 15, 2010 at 4:37 pm

      Thank You,
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