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New School Bus Cameras Can Be Used to Write Tickets

New School Bus Cameras Can Be Used to Write Tickets

Cars that illegally drive pass a stopped school bus: be warned. A new law in South Carolina allows law enforcement to write traffic tickets after reviewing videos captured by surveillance cameras installed on school buses. 

According to Fox Carolina, Sen. Thomas Alexander said the lack of consequences have contributed to a growing problem that he feared "would result in tragedy."

"Districts around the state are installing exterior camera systems on a pilot basis," said the article. "They consist of several cameras that videotape different angles of a passing vehicle, to identify the license plate and the driver."

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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