Car Rental Website on a TabletIt depends on whether or not the rental car company knows about your reckless driving conviction. If the rental car company knows about your reckless driving conviction, then it may not allow you to rent a car.

How Rental Car Companies Learn About Reckless Driving Convictions

A rental car company can find out about your reckless driving conviction by:

  • Checking your driving record when you provide your driver’s license
  • Asking you to disclose any driving-related conviction when you sign your rental car agreement

It is important to provide your valid driver’s license and to tell the truth when you sign the rental car contract. Providing a fake driver’s license or lying on a contract could get you in additional legal trouble.

Avoid a Reckless Driving Conviction in the First Place

There are many consequences for a reckless driving conviction. Some may seem rather obvious. For example, you may be subject to a fine and jail time if you are convicted of a crime.

Other potential penalties, however, may be less obvious. For example, your job, security clearance, military service, and even your ability to travel to Canada may be impacted by a reckless driving conviction.

If you are arrested or you face potential reckless driving charges, then it is important to take these allegations seriously and to begin protecting your rights as soon as possible. An experienced Virginia reckless driving defense lawyer understands everything that you have at stake, from renting a car and going on your next trip to staying out of prison. Attorney T. Kevin Wilson knows what questions to ask, what evidence to gather, and what arguments to make to protect your rights.

Learn about the difference that an experienced reckless driving defense attorney can make by calling us or filling out our online contact form today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with The Wilson Law Firm. We will help you protect your rights and avoid the many potential penalties that come with a reckless driving conviction in Virginia.