A BACK TO SCHOOL MESSAGE FROM THE RENO POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Reno Police Department urges all drivers to be extra alert this time of year. School is back in session and it is an exciting time for children, especially for children attending school for the first time. Drivers should be especially cautious in school areas, keeping their speed at or below posted limits and being prepared to stop, on both sides of the street, for school busses with flashing red lights and stop arms, as required by law. Obey the speed limit in school zones. Speeding tickets and other traffic infractions in school zones can be particularly costly. Be careful when following or approaching a school bus, especially near bus stops. Children arriving late for the bus may dart into the street without looking for traffic. Motorists also need to use extra cautions before and after school and if at all possible, avoid school zones during arrival and dismissal hours. Keep your eyes on the road when driving around children and expect delays near schools. Remember, the law prohibits cell phone use in active school zones.
A safe school year should be everyone’s priority!
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