Careless driving is a lower, but related, charge to reckless driving, and a driver will usually be cited with it if they’re found to be at fault in a minor traffic accident.
It alleges that you were driving without due caution, and in a way that could endanger people or property.
Fines for careless driving run as high as $200, and it will put two points on your license, which may affect your insurance rates.
If you already had points on your license, you may have more problems to contend with, including license suspension.
Don’t risk your right to drive – call an experienced New Jersey careless driving attorney today.
Matthew Reisig defends clients in all New Jersey counties. Call 732-625-9661 for a free consultation.