The Orlando Sentinel reports (emphasis added), with a refreshing breath of candor:
But it’s not too likely you’re going to get a ticket for it.
Florida Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky said the law is probably not very frequently enforced, noting that both the officer and driver would get “soaked” if a citation was issued in the pouring rain.
Drivers’ flashing four-ways when there is no good reason irritates the heck out of me.
(The rationale for the law is to keep drivers from confusing ordinary vehicles with police cars and ambulances.)