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Prince William County, VA Reckless Driving Lawyers

In Virginia, Reckless Driving is a Class-1 misdemeanor CRIME. Yes – you can go to jail for it.  The maximum penalties for a conviction of this offense is up to 12 months in jail, $2,500 fine, and suspension of your right to drive in Virginia for six months. Additionally, Reckless Driving is a six-point offense on your driving record. A Reckless Driving conviction stays on your driving record for 11 years and remains on criminal record for the rest of your life and cannot be expunged.

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Prince William / Manassas, Virginia Reckless Driving FAQs

What is Reckless Driving?

In the Commonwealth of Virginia, Reckless Driving is defined under the VA Code § 46.2-852 as irrespective of the maximum speeds permitted by law, any person who drives a vehicle on any highway recklessly or at a speed or in a manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person. A Virginia reckless driving ticket may be issued for any of the numerous behaviors specified as reckless in the following Virginia traffic code:

§ 46.2-853 Driving vehicle which is not under control; faulty brakes

§ 46.2-854 Passing on or at the crest of a grade or on a curve

§ 46.2-855 Driving with driver's view obstructed or control impaired

§ 46.2-856 Passing two vehicles abreast

§ 46.2-857 Driving two abreast in a single lane

§ 46.2-858 Passing at a railroad grade crossing

§ 46.2-859 Passing a stopped school bus; prima facie evidence

§ 46.2-860 Failing to give proper signals

§ 46.2-861 Driving too fast for highway and traffic conditions

§ 46.2-861.1 Drivers to yield right-of-way or reduce speed when approaching stationary vehicles displaying certain warning lights on highways; penalties

§ 46.2-862 Exceeding speed limit - Driving 20 mph or more above the posted limit or in excess of 85 mph

§ 46.2-863 Failure to yield right-of-way

§ 46.2-864 Reckless driving on parking lots, etc.

§ 46.2-865 Racing; penalty

§ 46.2-865.1 Injuring another or causing the death of another while engaging in a race; penalties

§ 46.2-866 Racing; aiders or abettors

§ 46.2-867 Racing; seizure of motor vehicle

About Prince William County General District Court

Courthouse Address

Prince William General District Court

9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110-5586

Clerk & Office Hours:

Ms Keshara Joyce Luster
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Continuance Policy:

Continuances granted by Judge.


Hon. Turkessa B. Rollins, Presiding Judge, Chief Judge
Hon. Wallace Semeon Covington III, Presiding Judge
Hon. William E. Jarvis, Presiding Judge
Hon. Abigail A. Miller, Presiding Judge
Hon. Che Christopher Rogers, Presiding Judge



Prince William County Police Department

5036 Davis Ford Rd.
Woodbridge, VA 22192
(703) 792–6650 (TTY: 711)
[email protected]
Colonel Peter Newsham, Chief of Police

Prince William County, VA Sheriff’s Office

9311 Lee Ave.
Manassas, VA 20110
Tel: (703) 792-6070 (TTY: 711)
Fax: 703-792-6493
Glendell Hill, Sheriff



804-621-5133 (tel)
804-621-5133 (sms)






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