Stanley Roberts looks at just how bad the problem is and talks to drivers to determine why a lot of people often fail to use turn signals.
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Stanley Roberts decided to put drivers to the test with their knowledge of the rules of the road around Arizona.
Stanley Roberts went searching for driver-behavior around the deactivated cameras and found out that drivers are pretty much still acting cautiously where the cameras are located and still running red lights where there are no cameras.
It is illegal in Arizona to talk or text on a cellphone while driving unless the device is in a hands-free mode. The law has been in effect since April 2019, however, drivers continue to ignore the hands-free law.
Stanley Roberts rode with Officer Jeremy Logan of the Chandler Police Department's traffic division as he patrols for the high rollers.
According to Stanley, this was the hardest segment of his career.
Stanley Roberts looks a lighted crosswalk in Scottsdale that uses the HAWK system, where both drivers and pedestrians are required by law to follow the lighted instructions.
The City of Phoenix has four volunteers who patrol the city looking for people parking illegally in disabled parking spaces.
With the help of an Arizona's Family viewer, Stanley Roberts was able to track down the person in the photo.
Stanley Roberts hiked one of the trails in Phoenix and, after talking to hikers, looked into the amount of animal waste left on the trails.