Definition - What does Reasonable Care mean?
Reasonable care is the degree of caution or attention that a normal person would give to any circumstance under normal conditions. It is used as a guideline to show what a normal person should do in any given circumstance.
Justipedia explains Reasonable Care
When a person is charged with acting without reasonable care, it can be with regard to a number of different fines that would normally not be given to the average person, such as driving with due care and attention or drunk driving; not parking a car safely, which causes an accident; or something else that creates a litigation.