Comment if you wan’t legislation to be passed regarding anything. I will read it and determine if its suitable for Firestone.
A Bill to Make Following Too Closely Illegal
A Bill to Make Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident Illegal
(Both can be found in 625 ILCS) Illinois
Firestone truly needs to to crack down on Traffic laws. I believe noobs with cars are worse than Sam or Frankie with a gun.
Reckless Driving: Act of intentionally disregarding the rules of the road.
1st Offense: $50 - $150
2nd Offense: $200 - $300
3rd Offense: $350 -or- Arrestable (100 - 250 Seconds)
(No true point in the dangerous driving law as Reckless Driving/Dangerous are the same.)
Drift Burnouts: The act of drifting with a motor vehicle, potentially endangering the public, with doing a burnout; causes smoke to evolve that which could block the view of other drivers passing by.
1st Offense: $100
2nd Offense: $200
3rd Offense+: $300
[This also makes drifting illegal in parking lots.]
- Parking in a handicap space with no permit.
- Parking in the road or on the sidewalk causing obstruction.
- Parking where a sign doesn’t allow. (I.e. “No parking”)
- Failure to park in between the white spaced lines when nearby. (Parking Spaces)
[Can’t park in the street or off road if a parking space is near.]
1st Offense: $50 - $100
2nd Offense: $110 - $150
3rd Offense: $160 - $200
4th Offense+: $250
Oh, and remove ‘warnings’ from citations altogether. We as law enforcement have no way of knowing if someone has received a warning for an offense or not, and apparently there’s an issue when we use a regular ticket and make notation of ‘1st offense warning’ on it. Plus, if you violated the law, there shouldn’t be a warning mandated by law anyway. Warnings are supposed to be a matter of officer discretion.
Another possible Idea:
Evasion by Motor Vehicle (Felony): the act of fleeing the scene of a crime one has committed by motor vehicle endangering the public.
Punishment: 400 - 600 Seconds
Evasion (Misdemeanor): the act of fleeing the scene of a crime one has committed by foot, bicycle, etc.
Punishment: 200 - 400 Seconds
Legislation is being created to make Reckless Driving a arrest able offense.
You could do how the disorderly conduct bill is written, where it is both able to be enforced by fine as well as arrest.
Following Too Closely and Failure to reduce speed legislation is now in the works.
I can help too, could you share the bill with me?
As I have prioritized making reckless driving a arrest able offense, I will notify you when I get working on the new other legislation and send a rough draft to you for opinion.
Stalking is already illegal btw
I never said anything about stalking…what are you talking about?
Following to Closely is a traffic violation, not stalking, which we already have as Tailgating.