'Mr. Safety' not helping commuter in the HOV laneon October 24, 2013 @ 9:09 am (Updated: 11:28 am - 10/24/13 )
Just because it looks like it could be person, doesn't mean commuters can fool the Washington State Patrol with pretend passengers.
On Thursday morning, WSP Trooper Mark Francis tweeted that a driver was stopped after using the the HOV lane on southbound I-5 in Everett with a dummy in the passenger seat.
According to Francis, the driver called his companion 'Mr. Safety.' The driver received a $124 fine.
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