Dangerous Driving, NYCTRR 4-02(c)

Written By: Benjamin Goldman, Esq.

The wording of the relevant statute is as follows:

No person shall operate a vehicle in a manner that will endanger any person or property. New York City Department of Transportation, Rules of the City of New York, Title 34, Chapter 4, Section 4-02 (c).

This is a traffic ticket that is rarely issued. Firstly, the violation is only included in New York City Administrative Code. This means Dangerous Driving cannot be charged outside of New York City’s five boroughs. Secondly, the statute is vague and can be applied to almost any type of problematic driving. Typically, this violation is charged along with other charges when the ticketing officer is not in a good mood for whatever reason.

If you plead guilty or are found guilty of this violation, two points will be added to your driving record. Insurance companies will likely increase their premiums for clients with this violation on their record. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office has a good track record with this violation. There are several different methods of beating this ticket. Our attorneys can go to court instead of you and fight to get it dismissed. Feel free to get in touch with us. We provide all motorists with a free consultation.

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