New Florida law allows police to ticket drivers playing music too loudly

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Do you like driving around blasting loud music? You could soon get a ticket for it in Florida.

A new law (HB 1435) going into effect on July 1 will allow officers to give a ticket to drivers who are playing music so loud that it can be heard 25-feet from the vehicle. 

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The bill specifically mentions car music playing too loudly near churches, schools, or hospitals.

Violation of the new law could get you a nonmoving violation ticket, which can cost around $114.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office tweeted out a warning on Thursday to "turn it down."

"If people can hear music coming from your car from 25 ft. away, it's too loud!"