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Interferance with traffic control devices

June 19, 2010
By Dave Werner, Franklin County Traffic Safety Board

Have you ever felt like celebrating or being mischievous by writing on a stop sign or similar? Don't! You could be in for a minimum of $150 fine and/or 15 days in jail. Article 1115 of New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law prohibits anyone from altering, defacing, knocking down, covering, removing or otherwise interfering with any official traffic control device, including signs, signals, or pavement markings.



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