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Stop for School Buses

Posted by Dev Sethi | Aug 02, 2016 | 0 Comments

School is back in session, and along with it school zone speed limits and school bus traffic.  Do you know when to stop for a school bus?  Guessing wrong is dangerous and costly -- a minimum $250 fine plus insurance penalties.

The bottom line -- unless you are on the other side of a divided highway with curbed median, come to a safe and complete stop when a school bus has its "STOP" sign out.  This is the rule regardless of whether you are following the bus or traveling in the opposite direction.  These pictures from the School Bus Drivers of Arizona show you how it's done.  

As school starts up, be safe - look for kids crossing and mind school zones.

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Dev Sethi

Dev Sethi litigates and tries a wide-range of complex injury and death cases throughout Arizona. He has Martindale Hubbell's highest rating, AV, and he is listed in "Best Lawyers." Dev is also recognized as an Arizona Super Lawyer in the area of plaintiff's products liability litigation.Dev has been at the forefront of auto product defect litigation. He played a key role in uncovering the Goodyear Load Range E tire scandal and worked to hold Ford Motor Company responsible for the danger posed by their now notorious 15-passenger vans. Dev is currently representing families in product liability suits against the nation's largest corporations including General Motors, Ford, Pentair Pools and Invacare.


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