Passing a stopped school bus? You're breaking the law, and on camera.
from The Washington Post
Just as Arlington school bus driver Daniel Roseboro was explaining the necessity of cameras to catch motorists illegally passing his bus, an SUV rolled by one in front of Wakefield High School, bolstering his argument. "Like that one right there," Roseboro said. Although the bus was empty, its flashers were on and two folding stop signs were deployed — signals that require drivers to stop and wait as a safety precaution to protect children. School officials stationed the bus in front of Wakefield to demonstrate how the special cameras work. Mounted in two places on the side of the bus, the cameras activate when the bus stops and deploys its stop signs and flashers.
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