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Recklessness may constitute an offense against property.

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Q: The moral principle is involve when a car driver who is involve in an accident is changed reckless in prudence causing damage of property?
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Can you get a reckless driving ticket with no accident?

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What are the consequences for destruction of property?

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Could you face mandatory revocation of your license as a result of a single conviction of reckless driving?

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