Citations Issued

Hundreds of violations have been reported in Minnesota in the last 5 months in regards to not stopping for buses.

Posted: Wed Dec 06 16:58:08 PST 2017
Updated: Wed Dec 06 16:58:08 PST 2017

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citations-vo-3 as of august first - drivers who were caught not stopping for school buses in minnesota had to pay 2- hundred dollars more than before. now we're learning that quite a lot of those hefty citations have been issued since the increase. bus citations-vo-1 lowerthirdcourtesy:file not stopping for school buses kimt news 3 according to the minnesota department of public safety - 458 drivers have been cited with the 5-hundred dollar fine in the past 5 months. the law requires all vehicles to stop for the buses when their flashing red lights are activated and the crossing arm is fully extended. we spoke with one parent today who says it's important to follow the law because you never know where kids are going to go when they get off the bus. xxx bus citations-lsot-1 bus citations-lsot-2 the motorists have to remember that the kids are getting off the buses and they could go either way you know right or left and so it's really in everybody's best interest if they would just stop the department of public safety wants to remind drivers that the best way to be aware of your surroundings... especially around to put all distracting devices away. / lego robots-vo-1
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