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New tool to help stop drivers from passing stopped school buses

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If you are convicted of passing a stopped school bus in North Carolina, you could get five points on your license, lose your driving privileges for one year and be fined $500.

But even with those stiff penalties, distracted drivers pass stopped school buses every day.

FOX8 On Your Side’s Melissa Painter shows us a new tool on buses designed to get your attention.

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