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Florida Driver Handbook: Road Damage

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Florida Driver Handbook: Road Damage

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4. Driving Privilege

It is against the law to damage the roads by driving on the rim of a flat tire or by any other means.

TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

  1. What would happen to a person that did not stop to give help when the vehicle they are driving is involved in a crash causing death or personal injury? (See section 4.1)
  2. How many points are assessed for a texting while driving? (See section 4.2)
  3. If you receive twelve points within twelve months, for how long will your license be suspended? (See section 4.2)
  4. When can you be charged with driving under the influence (DUI)? (See section 4.6)
  5. Both your judgment and vision are affected after drinking alcohol. Which is affected first? (See section 4.6.3)
  6. What are the penalties for failing to take a blood test, a urine test, or a breath test? (See section 4.6.4)
  7. When must you comply with the Financial Responsibility Law (Prove you are insured with bodily injury liability insurance)? (See section 4.9.1)
  8. What type of insurance must you have on motor vehicles with four or more wheels? (See section 4.9.2)
  9. When a crash results in property damages of any amount, must the driver notify the Florida Highway Patrol, the Sheriff's Department, or the city police department? (See section 4.10)
  10. If you hit a parked car and are unable to find the owner, what should you do? (See section 4.10.1)
  11. After a crash has been investigated by an officer, does the driver need to send a written report to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles? (See section 4.10.1)
  12. What are the penalties for littering? (See section 4.11)