South Florida law firm Hochman & Goldin, P.A. is reminding drivers about some basic rules they should be aware of as they navigate the roadways, especially for those that may have forgotten what’s written in the Florida Driver’s Handbook.
Miami, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/24/2017 -- Florida law doesn't explicitly state anything regarding the right of way, but there are rules in place regarding when or how to yield. At a four-way stop, for example, the first driver to arrive at the stop is the one who has the right of way. If two drivers happen to make it to the stop at the same time, the driver on the right should be the one to proceed first.
All drivers should already be aware that emergency vehicles with their sirens off have the right of way always. Drivers often forget that in the case of a bus, if it needs to merge back into traffic, the driver is required to give the bus the right of way. All drivers, as well as bike riders and pedestrians, must always yield to a funeral procession.
About Hochman & Goldin, P.A.
Scott Hochman and Sunny Goldin, both alumni from University of Miami School of Law, have each been practicing law in Florida for over 20 years. The Miami traffic attorney has handled more than 180,000 traffic citations in the courts of Miami-Dade and Broward Counties and also represent clients in misdemeanor criminal cases. They also work as Miami expungement attorneys and are ready to assist clients.
Call 305-665-1000 for more information or to speak with a Miami traffic lawyer.
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