Illinois lawmakers are proposing a required seat-belts on school buses; however, many say its not practical.
WCIA-TV reports there are financial concerns and some bus drivers say they won’t be able to keep track of whether or not passengers are buckled.
The bill would be for three-point harness seat-belts and would make them a requirement on all new school buses.
The proposal is currently in the House and would not be funded by the state.
The measure comes after the recent deadly school bus accident in Chattanooga, TN. The law requiring seat belts is now present in six states across the country.
If it passes, the law would go into effect in July.