What is Reckless Driving?
Reckless driving is the crime of operating a motor vehicle with deliberate disregard for the safety of other people or their property. This crime could include operating a motor vehicle in a parking lot or on lawn as well as on public roadways.
Maximum Penalties: 93 days in jail and/or $500.00 in fines
*In addition, an individual convicted of Reckless Driving may face additional sanctions from the Michigan Secretary of State including but not limited to points on your license.
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