Under Tennessee law, you must stop for a school bus that has stopped with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended on an undivided road. (The flashing red lights indicate that the school bus has stopped to pick up or discharge passengers.) If you are found guilty of failing to do so, you will be fined between $250 and $1,000. Also, eight points will be added to your driving record. Eight is the maximum number of points you can earn for a single violation. You will receive an advisory letter warning you that your license may be suspended if you accumulate another four points within twelve months.