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- Under new law, motorist must come to a complete stop at least 20 feet from a bus whenever a bus is stopped and employing use of it’s two red flashing signals.
- Those who pass stopped school buses may be charged with civil infractions carrying a civil fine of between $100 and $500.00. Violators may also be required to perform up to 100 hours of community service at school.
- When yellow hazard warning lights are flashing on a moving or stopped school bus: Drive with caution and be prepared to stop. The bus driver activates the yellow lights when the bus is slowing down and preparing to stop.