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Accidents can occur in a fraction of a second. All it takes is a quick turn into oncoming traffic or following too closely behind or near another vehicle, and then you’ve been in a collision. Knowing what to avoid can keep you safe.
A distraction can be anything that diverts your attention. Dripping food, an incoming phone call, even a conversation with a passenger can take your attention off the road. In the moment your focus moves from the road to something else, your distraction present serious safety issues for yourself and others.
Driving with an unlawful Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .08 or higher is an offense with severe penalties, including mandatory community service and probation for first offenses. Subsequent offenders face substantial fines and mandatory jail time.
Florida law requires all parties involved in an accident to remain at the scene until released by law enforcement. Penalties for leaving the scene of an accident depend on the severity of harm caused.
In the event of a fatality, anyone who leaves the scene of an accident will be charged with first-degree felony, which is punishable with fines and prison time. In addition, the defendant’s driver’s license may be revoked.