KOOL Question of the Day

 

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Police gave a Seattle man a $138 ticket for holding up a sign warning drivers of a nearby speed trap. The issue for the police, though, was in the language of the sign not the message. 

The sign read "Cops Ahead! Stop at sign and light!" 

Police are saying using word "stop" is against the law. As it can "be construed as giving warning to or regulating traffic." Its purpose is to keep drivers from being distracted.

 

 

The "KOOL Question of the Day" is:

"Do you signal to other drivers about speed traps?"

Yes

No