YOU SHOULD NOT USE HAZARD FLASHERS WHEN IT IS RAINING!

Berke Law Firm, P.A. wants to remind fellow motorists that you’re breaking Florida law when you drive with hazard flashers on in the rain!
Florida Statutes 316.2397 – Certain lights prohibited;
Flashing lights are prohibited on vehicles except:
 (a) As a means of indicating a right or left turn, to change lanes, or to indicate that the vehicle is lawfully stopped or disabled upon the highway.
 (b) When a motorist intermittently flashes his or her vehicle’s headlamps at an oncoming vehicle notwithstanding the motorist’s intent for doing so.
Using your hazard lights in the rain – can actually create a hazard. It is also against the law.

Drive safe!