School Bus Camera Ticket & Stop-Arm Cameras

School Bus Camera Ticket & Stop-Arm Cameras

A school bus camera caught you passing a school bus. As a result, you’ve received a school bus camera ticket or fine in the mail. This is both frustrating and shocking. You are not alone. The good news is you have not injured a child… or worse. Most drivers ask: “could I really have done this?” Studies show that up to 30,000 violations can happen each day in dense urban environments. In addition, there are more cars on the road than ever before.

BusPatrol offers a way for drivers to easily review their offense. As a company, we work to educate drivers. BusPatrol shows drivers their school bus camera ticket offenses on video via a web portal. Our stop-arm cameras cover up to 7 angles of your traffic offense. Moreover, there is no need to worry because 99.8% or drivers who receive a ticket for passing a school bus do not repeat the offense. Consequently, our roads become safer for children. Drivers learn from their errors.

Can I appeal a school bus camera ticket from a stop-arm camera?

In short, yes. However, police send you a school bus camera ticket based on an evidence package that contains video and GPS Telemetry. BusPatrol provides the most comprehensive evidence package for stop-arm violations in the world. Our technology, review process and data are offered at no cost to taxpayers and effectively reduce stop-arm violations. Laws vary from state to state and it is best to review the evidence of your infraction before making an appeal. Similarly, law enforcement and the courts have access to the same evidence package from your school bus camera ticket that you can review through our portal.

How do you get a school bus camera ticket from a stop-arm camera?

A reviewer checks footage from our school bus stop-arm cameras before the police issue a school bus camera ticket. The reviewer transmits the video to law enforcement if the video contains a violation. In essence, BusPatrol partners with Police to help uphold the law and protect children. Take a look at this video, it explains the technology and process.