Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney Educates You About North Carolina Rules of the Road
As the licensed driver of a car, truck, motorcycle, SUV, van, bus or commercial motor vehicle in North Carolina, do you know all you need to know about laws that govern the operation of your vehicle?
Don't wait until an auto crash injures you, drains your finances and darkens your future. Information is power — and you have the power to inform yourself of our state's traffic statutes. Contact experienced Winston-Salem personal injury lawyer Carl Nagle and our Nagle & Associates law firm to learn about our state's "rules of the road."
North Carolina traffic laws you should be aware of before traveling cover areas such as:
- Drinking and driving violations
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Driving without insurance, or with insufficient insurance
- Driving without registration, or with expired registration
- Illegal U-turns
- Hit and run, and leaving the scene of an accident
- Mechanical violations
- Reckless driving
- Running red lights and stop signs
- Seat belt and child restraint violations
- Unlawful vehicle modifications
- Fender bender law
- "Move Over" law
- Quick clearance law
- Parking on highways
- Cell phone use by motorists under age 18
- Headlight use
- Motorcycle helmet law
- Seat belt use
- Right turns at red lights
- Duty to report a traffic accident
These and other requirements are enumerated and explained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation at http://www.ncdot.org/travel/roadrules/.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse, if you have behaved behind the wheel in a way that causes an accident, and accident injuries. You owe it to yourself, and your family's safety, to be aware of "the rules of the road." Educating yourself to important elements of our Motor Vehicle Act statutes can save lives and preserve brighter futures.
Know Your State's Traffic Statutes — For a Safer North Carolina
Carl Nagle and Nagle & Associates offer free initial consultations if you have been struck by a negligently operated car, truck or motorcycle. We work hard for the maximum financial compensation you deserve. Call today, toll free. 800-411-1583. You can also reach us online by e-mail.
Home and hospital visits are available upon request. Thanks to the contingent fee basis for our work, you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.