In a Rear-End Collision, who is at Fault?
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In a Rear-End Collision, who is at Fault?

You are driving, approaching an intersection where the pedestrian walk signal is coming close to the end of its countdown, so you know the light is likely to soon turn yellow, followed quickly by the inevitable red light. Knowing you are too far away to have any chance of making the light, you slow your car…

What if the Other Driver Lies to the Police?
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What if the Other Driver Lies to the Police?

Someone turning left and speeding through an intersection, laying on his horn in an attempt to beat a red light, plows into your car as you accelerate from a green light with the right of way on a busy South Florida road in broad daylight. He smashes into your rear driver’s side door and trunk,…

Driving Rules for Roundabouts in Florida
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Driving Rules for Roundabouts in Florida

Roundabouts are widely used throughout the rest of the world, but cities, towns and municipalities across the United States have been slow to adopt them despite the fact that many studies show them to be safer and more efficient at moving traffic through than traditional traffic lights.  Roundabouts in Florida are slowly beginning to be…

Driving in School Zones Safely after a Year Off
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Driving in School Zones Safely after a Year Off

After months or a full year of trying (often in vain) to get their kids to focus on classes taking place via Zoom while at the same time trying to work remotely from home themselves during the Covid-19 pandemic, many parents are excited that in-person schooling is returning. Thus far, all major school districts across…