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Steve Lind, deputy director ...
Steve Lind, deputy director of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, opposed liberalizing the ATV rules.
"ATVs are a poor mix on the road with other vehicles," he told InvestigateWest.
Lind, of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, says the law is ambiguous and poses safety concerns.
Lind, of the Washington safety commission, said that is the kind of travel lawmakers should discourage.
School bus seat belts sought
Steve Lind, acting director of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, said the agency won't take a position.
However, "The buses are designed to be used without safety belts," Lind
said, noting that a driver would have to ensure that every student's seat belt is used correctly to prevent possible injury.
Steve Lind of the ...
Steve Lind of the Traffic Safety Commission also opposed the bill.
He said that in 2012, the Center for Disease Control reported that when states repeal all or portions of helmet laws, helmet use decreases, and injuries, fatalities and costs increase.
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"We work with the emergency responders who deal with accidents on Washington roads on a daily basis and know full well the tragedies that occur when people don't buckle up," said Steve Lind, acting director of the Traffic Safety Commission.
"We've surveyed a lot more intersections, ...
"We've surveyed a lot more intersections, and we usually see about 2 to 4 percent so that's about in range," said Steve Lind, deputy director of the Traffic Safety Commission.
"I think people understand or get it that this is a secondary law, and they think, 'Well, I'm not doing anything else' " illegal, he
Olsen's first two cell phone catches were on I-5, passing through downtown.
had just merged onto the interstate when he
spotted a delivery van crawling along at 30 mph in the northbound lanes.
A line of cars was backed up behind it.
The trooper sped up alongside and saw just what he
suspected -- the driver was on a cell phone.