October 14

Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas

With rain in the forecast for San Antonio, Austin, and other regions throughout Texas, The Coquat Law Firm would like to remind out readers how to Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas.

What you need to know to Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas.

As pointed out in a recent News 4 WOAI article, the rain over the weekend hasn’t led to any road closures in San Antonio yet. However with the continued rain in the forecast, closed roads and flood warning are more than likely. The rain situation in Austin over the weekend was much worse than in San Antonio.

The article is reporting that:

But the further north you get, the situation changes.  The Austin area received a foot of rain on Sunday, with some parts of Travis County getting more rain.  The rain forced the final day of the Austin City Limits music festival to be cancelled, and numerous streets are closed in Travis and Bastrop Counties.

How to be safe and Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas.

Safety is always are number one priority at The Coquat Law Firm. The best way to Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas, is to check your local news and plan your routes accordingly. If you do find yourself in an area where there is a flooded road, do not attempt to cross it. Not only are you putting yourself in danger, but you are putting your wallet as well. You do not want to have to pay fines for illegally crossing flooded areas or for having to be rescued from flooded areas. It is always in your best interest to Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas. 

The trained Traffic Ticket Attorney‘s at The Coquat Law Firm handle thousands of citations every year. Don’t fight your citations or tickets alone. Call 210-745-2835 today to speak with one of our traffic ticket attorneys and to learn more about how to Avoid Flooded Roads and Tickets in Texas.


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