State Police Making Their Super Bowl Weekend Plans, Too

State Police Making Their Super Bowl Weekend Plans, Too

The Michigan State Police (MSP) reminds football fans and motorists to make safe driving choices this weekend during Super Bowl Sunday festivities, including having a designated driver.

ISP troopers say that statewide they will be strictly enforcing the FATAL-4 violations, which include; DUI, speeding, distracted driving, and seat belt compliance, all of which are leading factors in deadly traffic crashes. The goal of the SPIDRE team is to focus on reducing alcohol related crashes in Maryland by targeting areas across the state with high crash rates involving impaired drivers. "If you are going to be drinking, have a game plan to get home safely", Acting State Police Superintendent Keith Corlett said in a press release.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, troopers made 43 OVI arrests from 6 a.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday previous year. During the 24-hour reporting period, there were three fatalities and 276 injuries resulting from traffic crashes. If you drive impaired, expect to be pulled over and arrested. With taxis, transit, ride share apps and more, it has never been easier to find a sober ride home.

The Hawaiʻi Police Department wants to support the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations Campaign of "Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk" during Super Bowl weekend. Also, please be sure to watch for vehicles parked or sitting on the side of the road with their hazard lights on.

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