Our firm represents clients who have gotten a ticket for following too closely to the car in front of them. In Connecticut, you must not follow too close to the car in front of you for safety reasons regarding you and everyone on the road.
In today’s world, everyone is busy. We understand that. We know time is of the essence and everyone has to be in a specific place at a specific time.
If you read on, we will show you the penalties and fines you can get for getting cited for a “following too close ticket” in the state of Connecticut.

Following Too Close Ticket in Connecticut

The law in Connecticut states that drivers of a motor vehicle need to maintain a reasonable distance between the car in front of them. Connecticut General statute section 14-240 States that drivers must follow an approach other vehicles at a respectable and reasonable distance taking into consideration the traffic around them the weather conditions on the road the current speed limit there must going the road and other vehicles around them.

It’s important to note that this law doesn’t have an exact distance Between you and the car in front of you.The police officer will pull you over if he thinks that you are driving recklessly and pose a threat to the safety of the car in front of you. So what’s the correct distance you might ask? In driving school they tell you to be a minimum of 3 car lengths between you and the car in front. We all know this is hard to judge so always overestimate the distance and always be looking at the cars in front of you to make sure that no sudden stops are coming up quickly.

Since the lot doesn’t have a correct distance for a citation of following too close it’s important to get advice from a professional traffic ticket attorney who specializes in these types of tickets. a strong argument can be made that you were driving with other safety in mind and that the car in front of you was performing Reckless activities instead of you. This law does not apply to funeral businesses or professional escort services. please no a special permit is required to be excused by these matters.

If you are caught driving too close to the automobile in front of you, you can get a penalty by the Connecticut General statutes section blank of 100 to $150. Any other tickets on your second offense may face stiffer penalties. Call The Connecticut Ticket Defenders: 1-844-Pulled-Over today to find out how you can take the first steps to resolving this ticket and getting the penalties reduced or dismissed. we are here to help you defend your case against the Connecticut state law.