Police Remind Residents About Traffic Law Changes (Video)
Montgomery County Police Captain Tom Didone reminds residents to not drive using a hand held cell phone and to buckle up. The police are enforcing both new state traffic laws regarding cell phones and seat belts that took effect Oct. 1. Take a look.
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Learn more about the traffic law changes in previous posts.
Active enforcement of new Maryland traffic laws is underway in Montgomery County. As of Oct. 1, hand-held cell phone use will result in a $83 fine and all passengers in a vehicle must be wearing a seat belt. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming. Related Posts
Buckle up! There’s a new seatbelt law in Maryland that requires all passengers even those in the backseat (over the age of 16) to be buckled in safely. Montgomery County Police Captain Tom Didone is credited by many legislators for making this new law a reality. And in this MyMCMedia extra, he tells us why […]
Officer Steve Deslauriers said he plans to get a lot of sleep tonight because he knows he will be busy with traffic enforcement tomorrow when new traffic laws take effect. As of Oct. 1, officers can pull you over if they see you with a handheld cell phone behind the wheel. Deslauriers said his colleagues […]
Montgomery County Police Chief Thomas Manger was joined by other police chiefs and law enforcement officers on Sept. 30 to get the word out about the tough new traffic laws that go into effect on Oct. 1. “Today is the last day that anyone in the state of Maryland should expect that they can get […]
New state traffic laws go into effect on Oct. 1. Drivers using a hand held cell phone will face hefty fines. CCM’s Lorna Virgili reports. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming. Related Posts
Montgomery County wants drivers to be aware of changes in traffic laws that go into effect Oct. 1. Driving while using a hand-held cell phone becomes a primary offence. Police will be able to stop a driver who is using a hand-held cell phone. Also, everyone riding in a vehicle must use either a seat […]