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A ticket for failing to yield to a school bus can cost you almost $700, not to mention the likely insurance rate hike once the ticket is reported to the DMV. There are some basic rules to remember when it comes to passing a school bus so you can avoid getting stuck with an expensive ticket:
According to the California School Employees Association, studies have shown that the most dangerous part of a school bus ride is when the students are getting on and off of the bus. The CHP encourages motorists to pay attention to school buses when bus warning lights are flashing. In California, flashing yellow lights on a school bus are a warning to slow down and prepare to stop. Flashing red lights and the extended stop arm require all motorists to stop for children entering and exiting the bus and crossing the street.
The stopping requirements apply when approaching a school bus from the rear and also when approaching a bus stopped on the opposite side of a single lane road (only one lane of travel for each direction). If there are two or more lanes of travel in each direction however, the driver is not required to stop for a bus stopped on the opposite side of the road. - this blog was written by TicketHitMan.com, if you get a Ticket You Need to Hire a Hit Man, a TicketHitMan.
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This blog was written to provide information related to traffic tickets in California, is based on opinion only, is not legal advice, and is for informational purposes only.