If you get a speeding ticket in Illinois, it may be a bit less painful if a proposed bill makes it to law. Currently, if you get pulled over and ticketed, you usually have to hand over your drivers’ license. That can be a real hassle, says Illinois Association of Circuit Clerks President Chris Kachiroubas.
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But a Senate committee approved a bill that lets drivers “sign and go,” meaning they can promise to comply with the ticket and keep their license. The measure now moves to the Senate floor for a vote.
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