More than 10,000 people were killed in 2010 in drunk driving crashes. A buzzed driving crash can happen to anyone, anywhere.
- POLICE & FIRE
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Editor's note: This information came from a press release from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Did you know getting pulled over for Buzzed Driving could cost a driver around $10,000 in fines, legal fees, and increased insurance rates? As the excitement and celebrations of the holiday season get into full swing, one thing that may not be on people’s minds is buzzed driving. However, over 10,000 people were killed in 2010 in drunk driving crashes. A buzzed driving crash can happen to anyone, anywhere. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Ad Council are continuing their fight against drunk driving with the Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving PSA campaign. So during this holiday season, amid all …
The Wisconsin Motorcycle Safety Program is celebrating its 30th year and reminding motorists to be careful on the road.
Just last week, a motorcycle driver was killed on North Port Washington Road right outside of Bayshore Mall. Every year, more than 100 motorcyclists are killed and another 2,500 are injured in accidents, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. And as the temperatures climb, so do the number of motorcycles on the roads — which is why the DOT is reminding drivers to be cautions during Motorcycle Safety Awareness month in May. According to a press release from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation: More than 500,000 Wisconsin residents have motorcycle licenses or permits and more than 300,000 motorcycles are registered in the state. "During May, which is national Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, we’re reminding …