Traffic laws protect you on our streets and highways. It is very important that everyone must obey the orders of a police officer, fire fighter who is directing traffic.
What Is A Traffic Ticket?
A traffic ticket is a notification that one has committed a minor legal infraction, for which a fine must be paid, and/or an appearance in court must be made online driving lessons. Typically this means a parking ticket for parking in an unlawful manner or allowing a parking meter to expire, or a ticket for a moving violation such as speeding.
A ticket trap is where police deliberately set up in a place where motorists are likely to break the law, even if just on a technicality. This may include places where the speed limit is set too low (called a speed trap), or where there is an intersection with an awkward or confusing design. Often, this is used to earn extra money for a municipality, such as a poor rural town or county. This is also often illegal under the laws of the state, province, or other jurisdiction.
Basic Traffic Laws:
- Don’t drink and drive. Don’t drive when you’re taking medication that will affect your driving.
- Always wear your seat belt.
- Obey the speed limits. Slow down when road and weather conditions are poor.
- Don’t take risks: don’t cut people off in traffic, make sudden lane changes Or run yellow lights.
- Don’t drive when you’re tired, upset or sick.
- If you’re in doubt, let the other driver go first — yield the right-of-way.
- Keep a two-second space between your vehicle and the one ahead. To check your distance: start counting when the vehicle ahead passes a fixed object, stop counting when your vehicle reaches the same spot.
- Cut the distractions: don’t overcrowd the vehicle or play loud music.
- Always check your blind spot: look in your mirror and over your shoulder before you change lanes.
- Check traffic in all directions before going into an intersection.
- Safety Laws
- Speed Limits
- Signaling and Turning