I have been going over this all afternoon and I have found this while doing some research, if you go to en.wikpedia.org and look up "moral turpitude"
some quotes from it include:
The first question on document I-94W for those visiting the U.S. on the Visa Waiver Program asks:
Have you ever been arrested or convicted for an offense or crime involving moral turpitude or a violation related to a controlled substance; or been arrested or convicted for two or more offenses for which the aggregate sentence to confinement was five years or more; or been controlled substance trafficker; or are you seeking entry to engage in criminal or immoral activities?
and if you scroll down to the bit showing the crimes on the right hand side where it says Crimes not involving moral turpitude reckless driving is listed, I would assume that is like our dangerous driving here, so really when he is asked the question he is infact answering honestly because the crime is not listed as "moral turpitude".
What do you think?