He’ll take their word for it.
The much-delayed law Mayor Bill de Blasio is banking on to stop future dangerous drivers before another child is tragically mowed down only requires the most dangerous drivers to “self-report” violations of the traffic safety laws after completing mandatory classes, The Post has learned.
Contract documents for the $2.8 million pilot program require that potential providers only “[r]e-contact class participants in order to conduct self-reporting of behaviors 1-3 months after they take the class.”
The Department of Transportation opted to only require the self-reporting even though the city bureaucracy already maintains an extensive and regularly updated database of driving scofflaws who
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