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Careless vs. Reckless Driving
Careless Driving vs. Reckless Driving
What is the difference between “careless” and “reckless” driving?
Under Michigan law, careless driving can be committed with the driver not intending to cause harm. For example, if you were speeding and unintentionally ran a red light, you did not intend to hurt anyone but could have put people and property at risk for harm.
Generally for reckless driving the focus is on the term “willfull and wanton,” this statement implies some assemblence of intent.
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