American and Canadian jurisdictions have sought to deter illegal passing stopped school buses by increased enforcement and heavy penalties, including fines , application of demerit points against a driver's license or even license suspension. This is an unusual law, but arguably leads to a higher safety level for children, as they are then required to be picked up or dropped on the same side of the road as the bus exit on anything greater than a two-lane road as provided by RCW On divided highways , most American and Canadian jurisdictions do not require vehicular drivers to stop when on the opposite side of the road from a stopped school bus. Drivers in California do not have to stop on any highway that is divided or is multi-lane 2 or more lanes of travel in each direction when traveling in the opposite direction. In New York State , an official estimate is that 50, vehicles pass stopped school buses illegally every day. Drivers in Washington state are not required to stop for a school bus on any highway Under Washington law, any public road is defined as a highway with three or more lanes when traveling in the opposite direction. This section may not include all laws or bylaws. Missouri has Jessica's Law, which grants the right of a school bus driver to report the offense, in which case the driver is automatically cited.
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