Some States Make Push for Including Interaction with Law Enforcement as Part of Drivers Ed

    For young adults getting ready to obtain their drivers license, the focus during drivers ed is usually on the rules of the road. But should it also include how to deal with police if you get pulled over?

    FOX’s Jim MacKay reports: 

    That would be the case if a North Carolina bill is successful making its way through the state legislature. The bill would require driving instructors to describe appropriate interactions with law enforcement officers.

    Lawmakers in the state saying they want a standard expectation of interactions with police and drivers, in particular for people who have historically felt targeted or mistreated. Not this isn’t groundbreaking legislation either, Illinois passed a similar law.

    Virginia is close to finishing their own version and three other states are considering similar laws.

    Jim MacKay, FOX News.

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