"Failure to obey a traffic control device" means that the driver has not obeyed a recognized, legal traffic device such as a speed limit sign, traffic light, pavement markings or other signage, according to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise. Common violations include running a stop sign, driving through a red light, passing in a designated no-passing zone, ignoring a yield sign and driving the wrong way on a one-way street.Know More
Oregon State Statutes note that a vehicle driver can be issued a ticket for failure to obey a traffic control device if the driver does not obey the instructions of the device or does not display the legally appropriate response to a traffic control device. The driver can be issued a citation for one or both of the two failures to obey.
If a driver is speeding, a police officer can issue a citation for speeding, for failing to obey a traffic control device or the speed limit sign, or for both offenses. In this case, if the police officer issues only the citation for failing to obey the speed limit sign, the officer is choosing a citation that may have a lower fine and carry fewer points on the driver's license, according to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise.Learn more in Driving Laws
A red yield indicates that a driver must prepare to come to a full stop and yield to pedestrians and vehicles with the right-of-way if either are present, according to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. If neither is present, the driver may proceed without stopping.Full Answer >
According to the California Department of Motor Vehicles, a blinking or flashing yellow light means that drivers should proceed with caution. Unlike a blinking red light, a blinking yellow light does not require drivers to stop, but it does suggest that they slow down and remain particularly alert.Full Answer >
A moving traffic violation is any violation of driving laws that occurs while a vehicle is in motion, according to USLegal. Moving violations vary considerably by jurisdiction. Common moving violations include drunk driving, failure to stop at a traffic light or stop sign, speeding, failure to yield to a vehicle that has the right of way and reckless driving. Parking, equipment and paperwork violations do not fall into this category.Full Answer >
"Wi-Fi enabled" means that a device is capable of receiving and transmitting wireless signals through the use of a Wi-Fi network. Personal computers, mobile phones, tablets, digital cameras and video-game console systems are often Wi-Fi enabled.Full Answer >