SB 769 Reckless driving

Bill ID:2011 Senate Bill 769
Introduced:Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Sponsors: ---
Status:Became Law
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Reckless driving; failing to stop at a school bus. Provides that a driver is guilty of reckless driving who fails to stop, when approaching from any direction, at any school bus which is stopped for the purpose of taking on or discharging children, etc., and to remain stopped until all the persons are clear and the bus is put in motion. The current law omits the word "at" in the now corrected phrase "at any school bus" and, thus, gives the sentence, and the law, its intended meaning.

 

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Governor: Robert F. McDonnell
Lieutenant Governor: Bill Bolling
Attorney General: Ken Cuccinelli
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