The holidays mark a time of a great amount of travel. Many will be traveling far and wide to visit family and friends for Christmas and New Years. True, Florida does not see much winter weather – it is actually one of the states with the least severe cold weather months. Whether you are heading up north or staying in Florida, a few of these tips will help you ensure you are safer on the roads when it is cold out.
However, traffic tickets still happen during the holidays. If you have received a traffic violation and wish to fight it, contact a Miami traffic ticket lawyer.
Always get your car inspected before a road trip. A quick trip to the auto shop can save a lot of headache and money down the road. In colder temperatures, engine coolant, wiper fluid, and other essential fluids in the car could freeze or be impacted by the cold.
Double-check that your insurance is up-to-date. You do not want to get pulled over on your trip with expired insurance. In some cases, driving without insurance may cause license and plate suspensions. Plus, if you get into an accident or your car breaks down and you need a rental, updated insurance will make the process much smoother and more cost-effective.
Finally, do not forget to check the forecast ahead of time. If you will be traveling somewhere that snows, purchase the proper equipment for your vehicle.
If there is a ticket you would like to get off of your record in 2022, contact a Miami expungement attorney for assistance.