Florida law allowing hazard lights in the rain goes into effect today
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Starting today, July 1, drivers who are on the road during a major downpour can use their hazard lights, in some situations.
Using your hazard lights while driving is only permitted during a rain storm and drivers must be on a road with a speed limit of 55 MPH or higher.
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Drivers are still forbidden from turning on their hazards on streets with lower speed limits.
Windshield wipers and headlights are still required to be on while it’s raining in Florida.
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