Dribbling When Traveling

Traveling is the movement of humans between different distant geographic locations. Travel can take place by land, sea, or air, with or without personal luggage, and is either one way to a specific destination or round trip travel. There are many forms of traveling, including: caravanning, hiking, cross country skiing, horseback riding, rafting, hiking, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, ice skating, snowboarding, and skating, and many others.


Of all these types of traveling, caravanning is one of the most popular and often chosen, since it is so flexible in terms of where you go and what you do. It is a great way to get away from it all. In essence, caravanning is when you rent a large caravan, such as a Class motor home, or a 4-wheel drive trailer, or even a truck and car. The camper or trailer is then left at a specific location for a specific period of time or for a specific length of time. Most caravans are at least semi-permanent establishments, although some will only be on-season once a year.

One form of traveling that is also a violation of the law is called “dribbling.” This is the act of driving around in circles. Some people like to do this for fun, but it is also a violation of the law since most states consider it unsafe and may end up impeding wildlife migration patterns, which can cause an increase in dangerous or fatal accidents. This circular motion can cause problems when driving at high speeds and can also cause accidents. Driving circles can cause a vehicle to swerve suddenly or even hit a tree or another vehicle.

The final type of traveling that is often considered a violation is called “pivot foot.” A “pivot foot” is a maneuver where you take your foot off the brake after you have stopped, without taking your feet off of the gas. For example, if you are stopped at a stoplight and feel like you want to go, but you aren’t sure if you can, just put your foot down on the brake. Then, as soon as you start your vehicle again, you put your foot up on the gas pedal so that you can accelerate.

While most states have different rules for what constitutes a violation of the law, most common penalties for dribbling include a fine, a license suspension, and, in extreme cases, jail time. Additionally, a pivot foot can cause an accident to occur since most vehicles won’t stop until the vehicle is stopped at a complete stop, which may cause a collision. If you or someone else gets injured because of this, it’s best to consult a lawyer immediately. The longer you wait, the more expensive it will be to fix the damage.

As stated before, there is a specific procedure for dribbling when traveling. The most important piece of this procedure is to stop, check the road conditions, and then, once you are certain that you know where you are and that you can stop quickly, change lanes or even slow down. If you have the ability to slow down and do so without turning the engine over, this will also likely help you out. Keep in mind, though, that while you are traveling, you should also be concerned with other drivers on the road and any possible occurrences that could cause you to become involved in a traffic accident. If you are traveling in no traffic, and you find yourself having to turn your vehicle around or stop for some reason, it is very important that you know how to stop, change lanes, and/or slow down.