If you have a teen driver in Virginia, it is important to have a talk about driver safety prior to handing the car keys over. After all, it is a lot better to prevent accidents before they happen than to have to deal with them after the fact. We here at Robert F. Rider, PLC want you to know that there are specific things you should discuss with your teen driver to help her or him remain safe on the roadways.
In Virginia, there are several types of turns that could be classified as illegal. Many drivers consider illegal turns to be a relatively small matter. However, the dangers they actually pose can be more severe than you may expect.
It doesn't matter if you're sober or have consumed a few alcoholic beverages, it's possible you could run into trouble at a DUI checkpoint in Roanoke. Fortunately, the right knowledge will help you prevent trouble and move on with the rest of your evening.
As a Virginia resident who already has a conviction for driving while intoxicated on your record, you likely have firsthand knowledge of just how much of an emotional and financial toll such a conviction can have on a person. You may, too, recognize that a subsequent DWI charge has the capacity to land you in even more serious trouble. Attorney Robert F. Rider, PLC, understands that penalties increase in severity with each additional DWI conviction, and he has helped many people facing repeat-DWI charges work to minimize the damage the charges cause them.