Your car’s black box is recording all your trips, so you need to always be aware that driving recklessly can lead to serious consequences. Whether it is a denied insurance claim or even an arrest for reckless driving, the potential repercussions of putting yourself and others at risk are too great to ignore. Many drivers drive at high rates of speed when on 1-95 or Florida’s Turnpike but did you know that driving 25 mph or more over the posted speed limit is considered per se evidence. If reckless driving results in the death of another person, vehicular homicide charges will likely follow. If you are injured, your insurance company can deny your insurance claim.
It’s important to remember that reckless driving doesn’t just hurt the reckless driver, it can have devastating impacts on other people’s lives as well. Reckless driving can lead to death and destruction. Be responsible behind the wheel and always adhere to traffic laws.