Driving Offenses Besides DUI
Most people have received a speeding ticket, or at least know of a person who has gotten several. There are an amazing amount of other ways a police officer may cite you for driving offenses. For example, do you know that under Washington law, you are required to have a container for garbage in your car? You may know that it is a traffic infraction to have an open container of alcohol in your care while driving, whatever your age, but did you know it is an entirely separate crime to try and disguise an alcoholic container as something else? Or did you know that according to RCW 46.61.295(1), “U” turns are generally acceptable if the turn can be done safely and without interfering other traffic? Did you know that if you are convicted of reckless driving or racing, you lose your license for 30 days? Now factor in much higher insurance premiums.
Click here to learn more about Driving with a Suspended License
Click here to learn more about Negligent Driving in the First Degree and Second Degree
Click here to learn more about Reckless Driving and Racing
Click here to learn about Hit and Run Attended and Hit and Run Unattended
Challenging Department of Licensing Suspensions