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 How does Pennsylvania law define reckless driving?

Answer Most states have laws for reckless driving. Until 1990, Pennsylvania did not have a reckless driving law; it had a careless driving law that carried no penalty unless an injury or death was involve... Read More »
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Reckless driving for failed safety inspection in va...driving with bad brakes?

So you knowingly drove with faulty brakes?What do you call that if not reckless disregard for your safety, any passengers and the local pedestrians simply because YOU needed to do something.
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What is the Ohio reckless driving classification for a driving record?

The Ohio vehicle code classifies reckless driving as the "willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property." Any driver determined to be operating a vehicle without care or concern... Read More »
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How long does reckless driving stay on your record in Montana?

In Montana, a reckless driving conviction can stay on a driver's criminal record forever. When convicted, this crime also stays on the driver's DMV records for 11 years and will be removed after th... Read More »
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How long does a reckless driving charge stay on your record in Florida?

Reckless driving charges in Florida remain on your record for a minimum of 10 years. If the charge is alcohol related, it can remain on your record for 75 years. For insurance purposes, however, a ... Read More »
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