In the state of Florida, law enforcement officers are allowed to search your car without your consent if they have probable cause. Probable cause is defined as a reasonable belief that a crime has been committed or is about to be committed. This means that if an officer believes they have evidence that suggests you may be involved in criminal activity, they can search your vehicle without your permission.
However, even if an officer does not have probable cause, they may still ask for your consent to search your car. If you do not give consent, the officer cannot legally perform a search without a warrant. If you do give consent, any evidence found during the search is admissible in court. It is important to remember that you always have the right to refuse a search and request a warrant from the officer before allowing them to proceed with the search.