A driver commits a “hit-and-run” offense by failing to stop at the scene of a collision that results in property damage or injury or death to a person. The duties of a driver who’s involved in an accident—and the penalties for failing to perform such duties—typically depend on the seriousness and other circumstances of the accident.
Moving traffic violations are those that occur when you are behind the wheel. Non-moving violations occur when the vehicle is stationary and usually turned off. If you are charged with any type of non-moving traffic violation, there are still penalties and fines.
Courts will issue warrants for any number of reasons, including in cases of unpaid traffic tickets. In fact, an unpaid traffic ticket warrant is one of the most common arrest warrants issued, as traffic tickets happen quite frequently.
Although there is no established nationwide sex-while-driving standard offense, engaging in sexual activity while behind the wheel violates distracted driving and reckless driving laws as well as state indecent exposure laws.