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All you need to know about traffic school

What you will be learning at Traffic school was quite the experience for me. To say the least, it was extremely interesting. You will learn so much from this course, which you did not even know you could learn so much about driving in four hours! Throughout my paper, you will talk about the main topics that you learned and what you expect to make me a better driver. The Alabama Graduated Drivers License Law was one of the main things you learn during this course. This law is very important today and became affected on October 1, 2002. A Fifteen-year-old with a valid learner’s license are to be accomplished by a parent or legal guardian of the age of twenty-one with a valid driver's license. 

 

 If you are speeding in a construction zone, your fine will be doubled! If it says “construction workers present” and you do not see them, it is NOT okay to speed. The workers are probably there, but not insight. You will still get a ticket if speeding in this zone!! While operating a vehicle, you are to have several required documents at a traffic stop. When stopped for a traffic violation, you are to always have the following items: driver's license, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration. As of May 8, 2009, all motor vehicles operated on Alabama highways must have liability insurance. If you do not have insurance and are involved in an accident, you will have to pay. Minimum coverage for a single injured individual is $25,000 and $50,000 for two or more injuries. A first conviction for not having mandatory liability insurance holds a fine up to $500 plus court cost. Drinking and driving is a widespread practice. Drinking while driving is the main factor in traffic crashes. There are several things we should know about alcohol. Alcohol is a depressant, not a stimulant. It interferes with all judgment, lowers alertness, and slows the normal reflexes.

 

The feeling of fear and terror struck me as I dragged my legs into what was supposed to be my new driving school. The school was approximately the size of my kitchen with only a single room, which included the office and the classroom. The floor was a dull shade of grey with a mix of spotted black shoe prints to top it off. The walls were three different shades of white due to the paint had been scratched through and peeled off in some areas. The bench I sat on consisted of three wooden branches. It looked as if it were picked up from the side of a junkyard along with the few furniture pieces that filled the room. Only four out of seven lights seemed to work. Have a look at the Miami Traffic School for more information and guidance regarding Traffic rules in Miami.

Careless driving is a statutory offense in many states. It is usually defined as a “careless disregard” for the rules of the road, or “driving without due caution.” Careless driving can include a wide range of conduct that may be accidental or unintended but present a danger to drivers and pedestrians. There are several types of careless driving including speeding, failing to use signals, disobeying traffic signs and signals, drifting into another lane, distracted driving (such as eating or applying make-up while driving), and cell phone use while driving. Careless driving will result in a traffic citation, a fine, and other types of punishment such as traffic school or community service; and in some cases, it will lead to death. Careless driving is closely related to reckless driving, though it can be a very different offense depending on the state. As mentioned, careless driving is driving without the proper caution. On the other hand, reckless driving is usually defined as a “wanton disregard” for traffic laws. This is a much higher standard than careless driving, as wanton disregard, or recklessness requires that the person deliberately disobeyed traffic laws.