Distracted driving is a serious threat to all people on and around the roads, which is why it's necessary to keep your full attention on the road when you drive. Distractions lead to serious injuries and deaths in collisions.
You may not think of speeding as a serious violation, but it is. Speeding killed over 9,000 drivers and factored in 26 percent of all traffic deaths in 2017. That’s a startling number since drivers are in direct control over the speed of their vehicles.
Spring break is just around the corner, and as a college student, that's extremely exciting. You may just have reached an age where you can go with friends and be on your own. You may have significant plans to go out of state, too.
When you see the flashing lights of an ambulance, do you pull over to the side of the road or get out of the way to give them a right to pass? If you see an officer on the side of the road, do you move over into a lane farther away from them to prevent an accident? If you do, then you're doing what you should according to Scott's Law. If you don't, then you could be breaking the law.