Wisconsin Legislature passes tougher laws for reckless driving

Posted on AllSides March 22nd, 2023
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MADISON – Bills that would significantly increase the penalty for reckless driving in Wisconsin will be sent to Gov. Tony Evers after passage Wednesday in the state Senate and Assembly. The first bill would increase the fine for reckless driving to as high as $400. The minimum penalty for reckless driving currently is $25. The other bill will allow law enforcement officers to impound a vehicle if it is used by a reckless driver who has previously been convicted of an offense. Under current law, the penalty for reckless driving...

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