Have you learned about any regulations or driving rules the hard way? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
Have you ever been given a ticket for a driving violation you’ve never even heard of- or are there some regulations and rules you end up breaking (and getting caught for) over and over? Share your experiences with them- plus advice on how to stay in the good graces of the law- as part of this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge.
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I learned many years ago to brake smoothly and early on wet, rainy roads - in the easy way... I drove into another car's rear. My insurance company at the time, however, learned about insuring young drivers the hard way.
This hub talks about my experience of driving in India versus the United States. Different rules can confuse a driver, but safety comes first. read more
Take this short quiz if you want to test your knowledge of Driving Rules!
You can pass with 10 or more points out of 16! read more
Do you encounter road rage when you are driving? Did you know that road rage is a driving offense? Yeah, the offender could be charged for reckless driving and fined up to $1,000 and/or time in jail. Read about 10 lesser known driving rules that some people may not be aware of. read more
Most of us have broken the rules of the road. Some of us do it on a daily basis. What are the 5 most commonly broken driving rules? read more
no I have not encountered something like this to be one of law-abiding
The nine most commonly broken traffic laws are listed, based on the statistics provided by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. If you avoid these things, you can avoid getting ticketed. read more
About 9 years ago I was pulled over for a broken tail light and for not following the curvature of a turn lane. It was mostly for the tail light which only had the red outside cover broken just enough to have the light inside glow white instead of... read more
A commuter's -- that's me!-- perspective in driving around the metro (city). Come and take a ride with me in the streets of the metro. read more
I was once pulled over for my tag light being "out". The officer told me that if he saw it out again he would give me a ticket. I got home and started looking and found that my old pickup truck didn't even have a place to mount a tag light or any wires going to the bumper!
What driving laws have you broken lately? Did you get a moving violation, a parking ticket or a warning from a traffic officer? Let's explore the top ten most commonly broken driving laws. read more
Before we began driving cars and jeeps it was horse drawn carriages. And before the carriages, it was just the horses.
In fact it was the Horses and the Cavalry in particular which gave us the left hand side of the road drive. The sword of the... read more
You will love these funny and a little off the wall driving laws read more
10 driving laws that many find confusing including 4 way stops, roundabouts, turning moves and divided highways. read more
When I took my Test some years ago, the Examiner told me to park behind a line of four parked cars. I tucked myself as neatly as I could behind the last on, leaving space for him to move out. I was failed - because when I was told to move off, I had to back up a little to start off. I had thought that the whole idea was to tuck myself in as neatly as possible! But no. I was told it was a trick that many applicants fell for!
So you moved new to the state and of course you need to get around. In California, you do have some public transport options like the Buses and the Amtrak, but if you want to be really independent and have the freedom of stepping out when you want... read more
Driving is a skill that has to be done with great attention and with consideration for other road users. A good driver must be aware of all traffic rules, signs, signals and road markings. For most, the common road rules remembered best are maximum... read more
The rules and regulations for driving vary in different countries. All are expected to be adhered to and yet drivers continually break the law. Have you ever been guilty of speeding or parking illegally? Did you feel hard done by? Here is an account of this author's run in with the local police. read more
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