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Violations - CVC 22454


 
Schoolbus Stop Sign
 

California Vehicle Code Section 22454 - Schoolbus; Meeting and Passing

(a) The driver of any vehicle, upon meeting or overtaking,
    from either direction, any schoolbus equipped with signs as required
    in this code, that is stopped for the purpose of loading or unloading
    any schoolchildren and displays a flashing red light signal and stop
    signal arm, as defined in paragraph (4) of subdivision (b) of
    Section 25257, if equipped with a stop signal arm, visible from front
    or rear, shall bring the vehicle to a stop immediately before
    passing the schoolbus and shall not proceed past the schoolbus until
    the flashing red light signal and stop signal arm, if equipped with a
    stop signal arm, cease operation.
   
(b) (1) The driver of a vehicle upon a divided highway or
        multiple-lane highway need not stop upon meeting or passing a
        schoolbus that is upon the other roadway.
    (2) For the purposes of this subdivision, a multiple-lane highway
        is any highway that has two or more lanes of travel in each
        direction.

(c) ...

(d) ...     


 

Questions for You
  1. Q: Was the stop sign fully extended when you were passing the schoolbus ?
    A: Yes
    or No
  2. Q: Was there any red flashing lights on the schoolbus when you were passing it ?
    A: Yes
    or No
  3. Q: If the schoolbus was located at the opposite side of the road, was the road divided ?
    A: Yes
    or No
  4. Q: If the schoolbus was located at the opposite side of the road, does the road has two or more lanes ?
    A: Yes
    or No