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Traffic Violation Statutes in Tampa, Florida

Speeding Florida Statutes

Speeding Exceeding Maximum Limit

316.183(2)

Speeding Posted Zone Municipal Street

316.189(1)

Speeding Posted Zone County Road

316.189(2)

Speeding Posted Zone Interstate

316.187(2)

Speeding Posted Zone State Road

316.187(1)

Too Fast for Conditions

316.183(4)

Speeding School Zone

316.1895

Speeding Work Zone

316.183(6)

Speeding 50 MPH over limit

316.1926

Red Light and Stop Signs Florida Statutes

Disregarded Traffic Control Device Running Red Light

316.074(1)

Failure to Obey Stop Sign

316.123(2)

Turning Violations Florida Statutes

Improper U-Turn

316.1515

Improper left turn / right turn

316.151(1)

Turned Left from Wrong Lane

316.151(1)b

Turned left in Front of Approaching Traffic

316.122

Turned When Unsafe

316.151(1)

Improper Turn at Intersection

316.151(1)

Turned Right from Wrong Lane

316.15(1)a

Right of Way Florida Statutes

Failure to Yield Approaching Intersection

316.121(1)(2)

Failure to Yield at Intersection

316.123(3)

Failure to Yield Entering Highway

316.1259(1)

Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle

316.1269(1)

Failure to Yield at Four-Way Stop

316.123(2)

Stay in Your Lane Statutes

Failure to Drive Within Single Lane

316.089(1)

Improper Lane Change

316.085(1)

Pulling in front of Vehicle

316.085(2)

Driving on Wrong Side of Road

316.081

Additional Citations Statutes

Careless Driving

316.1925(1)

Passing Stopped School Bus

316.172(1)a

Improper Backing

316.1985(1)

Following too Closely

316.0895(1)

Unlawful Crossing of Median Strip

316.090(2)

Drivers License Suspensions: Paying the citation is the worst possible option. 12 points in 12 months results in a 30 day suspension of your driving license. 18 points within 18 months results in a 3 month suspension of your driving license. 24 points within 3 years results in a 1 year suspension of your driving license. If you’re unsure how many points you have, you can get a copy of your Florida driving record from your local county clerk’s office.

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