Michigan State Police Use Unmarked Cars To Bust Distracted Drivers
Michigan State Police are going undercover to catch and ticket distracted drivers all over the state. The program, dubbed "Operation Ghost Rider," will have two officers driving in an unmarked vehicle looking for distracted drivers. Once a distracted driver is spotted, the officers will call in an officer in a marked vehicle to make the traffic stop.
The first offense for distracted driving is $100 and every offense after the first is $200. How do you avoid getting busted by an undercover officer? Don't drive distracted.