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In NJ, fining drunk school bus drivers is probably more lucrative. Oddly enough, an unmarked police car has been staking out the school bus stop behind my house for a little while every morning. I'm not sure what he expects to find, but he'd be up against a tight-knit mob of suburban parents if he tried to ticket anyone.Jim_H wrote:Can we find another way to bilk citizens out of their money?
From personal experience I'm not so sure it is that respected. Whether it was 40 years ago when I drove school bus for 2 years or currently in the East Valley, I see plenty of drivers blowing right by. But I bet parents are more likely to respect it than those without children.big_load wrote:I can't think of a traffic regulation that seems more universally respected than that regarding a stopped school bus.
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There should be two types of notices you will/should receive. The first is a notice of violation, which is basically a mailed ticket, and it would name you (presuming you are the registered owner) as the driver.beterarcher wrote: ↑Sep 03 2018 12:37 pmlong time, no see, folks......Welp, i saw the light at 5:00 am at tatum and lincoln. Where is the best info to get out of a red light camera ticket? I haven't received anything in the mail but someone may have just tried to serve me. I didn't answer the door. can they drop serve?