Posted on Friday, 02.13.2009
Be careful not to get pulled over when driving in the US. Some police watch and wait for the smallest traffic infractions. When driving in Los Angeles, it is not uncommon to see a police officer through your rear-view mirror, following you and waiting for you to make the slightest mistake. Fortunately, Miami police
focus to "protect and serve". Of course, you can still get pulled over for traffic violations. Many out-of-towners driving on Miami's highways during their introduction to driving in Miami initially feel stressed by the many backed-up lanes, the abundance of cars and the many large trucks. Ultimately, after their introduction to driving in Miami, visitors learn and adapt to Miami's way of driving, especially with the help of a guide of Miami
When driving in a different country or city, drivers should familiarize themselves with the regulations and laws and how they are applied by local authorities. As part of an introduction to driving in Miami found in a guide of Miami, drivers in Miami need to understand the "Miami driver". Miami drivers are known to be undisciplined and not very respectful of speed limits.
Driving in Miami is challenging but you will adjust quickly after an introduction to driving in Miami found in a guide of Miami. Many drivers turn left or right without indicating with their blinker. Some may even indicate that they will turn left when instead, they turn right. Police officers can be more lenient with tourists, especially if they come from a different country or don't speak English or Spanish.