Streets across the state of Florida are set to get much quieter on Friday when a new law goes into effect.
Beginning July 1, drivers can receive a fine of up to $114 for blasting music in their cars.
The new law allows officers to ticket those playing music audible from a minimum 25-foot distance.
For reference, the average car is about 15 feet long, making it within the statute for an officer to ticket the driver in front of them if their music is audible.
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To many, this law produces positive change for the comfort, safety and well-being of Floridians.
"We are not trying to target someone trying to listen to music and have a good time," Crabb told WESH. »