DUI Checkpoints Planned Throughout Labor Day Weekend In Connecticut
In a struggle to make the summer driving season secure, State Police are adding an extra weekend in which extra patrols will be on-duty who will be looking out for DUI drivers.
On 27th of August, patrolling was started by the State troopers and the struggle to make the citizens safe will end on 2nd of September.
“Troopers are standing by to eliminate dangerous drivers from Connecticut roads and highways. As the summer season ends, Troopers will be especially vigilant to find and remove drunk drivers, as well as those who defy the cell phone prohibition. Both of these violations are illegal and dangerous to all who travel our roadways,” said Colonel Brian Meraviglia, Commanding Officer of the Connecticut State Police.
It is advised by the Connecticut State Police that individuals should wear a seat belt while driving, avoid distractions and remain sober when they have to drive a motor vehicle.
News Source: www.Patch.com