Illinois State Police To Conduct Scotts Law & Distracted Driving Enforcements



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It is simple: See a squad car, tow truck, fire truck, ambulance, etc…
Then MOVE OVER!   Can’t be any more simpler than that!  

From the Illinois State Police:
ISP will conduct statewide enforcement details over the next several weeks to aggressively enforce violations of the Move Over law, also known as “Scott’s Law”, and all distracted driving violations. 🚨
We’d rather have this conversation in an educational setting than on the side of the road. 🤠🚔 #EducationOverEnforcement 👍

➡️A person who violates the Move Over Law, commits a business offense and faces a fine of no less than $250 or more than $10,000 for a first offense. A Move Over Law citation also requires a mandatory court appearance, regardless of what state the motorist is from. If the violation results in injury to another person, the violator’s driver’s license will be suspended for a mandatory period of anywhere between six months and two years.

➡️ Distracted driving violations are offenses against traffic regulations governing the movement of vehicles and a person who violates a distracted driving law faces a fine up to $75 for a first offense. A person convicted of a distracted driving violation that results in serious injury or death will face penalties of not less than three years and up to six years in prison.


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