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Zooming around town is about to slow down. That's because the first day of school means you must slow down to 20 miles an hour in the schools zones. Bend Police Community Liaison Steve Esselstyn says it can really ruin your day if you're caught driving over the limit. "It ticket can range; it depend on how fast you're going and where you're going. it can range, it's ranges from, well it can go up to about $410." Esselstyn says that kids are very excited about the first few days of school and will not pay attention to what they are doing, and could run into the street without looking. He adds that kids who ride their bikes could also inattentive too, so just slow down around bicyclists.

 

 

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