MARYLAND – State lawmakers are proposing extra fines for reckless drivers throughout particular occasions like H2Oi in Ocean Metropolis.
Senator Mary Beth Carozza launched Senate Invoice 878 this week. If handed somebody who does “exhibition driving” throughout particular occasions in Worcester County could be fined. The earlier invoice that was handed simply penalized drivers for rushing in these zones. Nevertheless, Carozza feels it’s vital to outline exhibition driving, a typical incidence in Ocean Metropolis.
“What we discovered is we have to tackle that the skidding, the burnouts, the reckless driving that’s inflicting so many security considerations on our streets, on our sidewalks the place are households are spending their time,” says Republican Sen. Mary Beth Carozza, representing District 38.
The invoice was formally launched this week with bipartisan cosponsors and Carozza says the same invoice was filed on the home facet as effectively. This comes after 1000’s of drivers flooded the resort city in 2019, causing major headaches for police.