PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- After a chaotic weekend of car meetups throughout Philadelphia, officials are introducing legislation aimed to stop those gatherings.
City Council member, Michael Driscoll, introduced a bill Thursday that adds drifting to the traffic code, defining it as the intentional act of steering a vehicle in a circle where the wheels lose traction. The new definition also covers doughnuts and spinouts.
People in violation of the law could face a $2,000 fine or seizure of their car.
Early Sunday morning,when he allegedly hit two troopers who were responding to a meetup that blocked I-95 near Penn's Landing.
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