If a person is speeding in excess of over 15 mph over the speeding limit, the officer has the option of charging a person with not only speeding, but the additional charge of Reckless Driving. A N.C. Reckless Driving charge is a serious charge that carries with it 4 DMV points for most drivers and 5 for commercial drivers. Large insurance increases for years to come are sure to follow a conviction. Most importantly, the DMV has authority to suspend your license. Reckless driving can also be charged in automobile accidents and in other situations where driving is unsafe. A Charlotte attorney and North Carolina traffic ticket lawyer can make a big difference in how you are treated with your reckless driving ticket by the Courts.
If you have been charged with Reckless Driving with or without an accompanying speeding charge, contact the Law Offices of Benjamin R. Hardwick, PLLC at 704-277-1047 and speak to a Charlotte N.C. Reckless driving ticket lawyer and Charlotte traffic lawyer today.