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Florida’s Right of Way Laws and Rules

right of wayFlorida’s roadways are unfortunately infamous nationwide. According to an article from the Orlando Sentinel, Florida statistically ranks among the deadliest for pedestrians, showing no signs of slowing anytime soon. With that knowledge, it is always important to think about what we, as motorists and pedestrians, can do to safeguard everyone on the road. Moreover, what does the law require us to do?

What are Florida’s Helmet Laws?

Florida's Bicycle LawsHelmets save lives; in this fact, there is little room for debate. However, according to Tallahassee’s WCTV.tv, one in seven motorcycle riders do not wear a helmet and account for 19% of fatal accidents. This figure is staggering, considering that motorcycle riders account for only 7% of all motorists in Florida.

What is Florida's Move Over Law?

Move Over LawThough characters such as Superman and Captain America may be relegated to comic books and the silver screen, we do have real-life superheroes amongst us in the form of first responders and law enforcement officers. Assisting during medical emergencies, freak accidents and fires, as well as curbing crime, are all within the realm of responsibility for these selfless professionals.

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