It’s interesting that, this early in the legislative session, some lawmakers already feel the need to delay considering motions for such long periods.
The notion that driving is a privilege subject to the whims of the State and not a protected right has taken a firm hold. By threatening to revoke a 'privilege' instead of a 'right', such as your liberty by throwing you in jail or your property by assessing a fine, failure to comply is not technically a crime and thus, being compelled to provide blood, urine or breath samples does not violate your 'right' to not incriminate yourself.
In the state where I grew up the maximum speeding fine is $150. In the state where I live now it’s $100. Before setting out on a holiday drive to my childhood home I had no idea that in the states between those it ranges from $500 to $1k. Until getting pulled over, that is.
While almost every state requires either the front seat passengers or all passengers to wear a seat belt, there is one that does not require drivers or passengers 18 and older to wear a seat belt.