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.