Tailgating, driving with less than sufficient room between your car and the car in front of you, can and often does lead to accidents. The charge made against the tailgater is following too closely.
In most occurrence a tailgater does not have sufficient time to slow his vehicle if the car in front applies its brakes.
If you're involved in a rear end accident in which you were charged with following too close, the usual results are a monetary fine, and points are added to your drivers record. This may cause an increase in your auto liability insurance.
If you have been charged with following too close, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
Category: Traffic Violations
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