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Texas Failure to Yield Right of Way

ere is Texas Failure to Yield Right of Way. This is in bill SB 1967 that Sputnik helped write. 

  

SECTION
A6.AASubchapter D, Chapter 542, Transportation Code,
is amended by adding Section 542.4045 to read as follows:
Sec.
A542.4045.AAPENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY
OFFENSE RESULTING IN ACCIDENT. If it is shown on the trial of an
offense under this subtitle in which an element is the failure by
the operator of a vehicle to yield the right-of-way to another
vehicle that an accident resulted from the operator
s failure to
yield the right-of-way:
(1)
AAthe offense is punishable by a fine of not less
than $500 or more than $2,000, if a person other than the operator
of the vehicle suffered bodily injury, as defined by Section 1.07,
Penal Code, in the accident; and
(2)
AAthe offense is punishable by a fine of not less
than $1,000 or more than $4,000, if a person other than the operator
of the vehicle suffered serious bodily injury, as defined by
Section 1.07, Penal Code, in the accident.

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