Indiana State Police Remind Motorists of School Bus Laws


The Indiana State Police recently made two announcements pertaining to school buses and the laws in place regarding stopped buses. Indiana law requires school bus drivers to stop at all railway crossings, whether those crossings are equipped with crossing arms or not, and visually inspect for oncoming trains. The Indiana State Police Commercial Motor Vehicle Division has recently received reports from some school districts of their buses being struck in the rear by motorists failing to realize that they are required to stop at rail way crossings.

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