There is a statute so full of ambiguity that it can be a catch all for your responsibility for your vehicle driven by others. Florida Statute 316.072(2) says that if the owner or anyone you direct or authorize to drive your vehicle contrary to any law it is punishable as a moving violation. What does that mean? Good question, it is so vague almost anything could fall under this section.
Officer’s rarely use this statute but I have seen it used before. I have seen an officer give a ticket to a person for letting another person drive their car when there were equipment violations on the vehicle.
If you receive this type of moving violation or any other moving violation you should contact an experienced ticket attorney. You can contact my firm at 561-989-9999 or visit us on the web at www.dontpaythatticket.com.