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WSP Begins to Crack Down on DUI Driving

Washington drivers know how tough it gets for everyone when the winter comes. And with the holiday season ahead, more drivers will be flooding the roads, driving back and forth to see family and friends.

With more people on vacation and entire families and groups of friends hitting the road around the same time, the winter becomes especially hard on drivers, motorcyclists, and anyone who relies on them. But the holiday season is also difficult for drivers for another very different reason. It’s in this time of the year that drivers are often more likely to go out to party, drink, and drive while intoxicated.

In order to make sure that drivers are safe and helping others to stay safe as well, the Washington State Patrol is beginning to increase the number of troopers targeting DUI drivers.

This Friday, the WSP will be sending its extra troopers to the roads of Clark County, emphasizing the goal of putting an end to drunken and drugged driving.

Officers from other law enforcement units will be joining the WSP task forces, making sure that the saturation patrol statewide is successful. Drivers in Washington should see this as a positive development since it reminds them that driving while intoxicated is illegal and deadly and if you take part in it, you might end up in debt, in jail, or seriously injured.

In order to alert drivers and make sure that they are doing all in their power to avoid potential risks, troopers are alerting Washington residents that they must be responsible while behind the wheel, not only during the holidays, but any time they are out there driving their vehicles.

If you’re a considerate driver who’s also concerned about your own safety and the safety of your loved ones, you will make sure that drinking, distracted, or drowsy driving are not part of their holiday season.

If you are traveling with family and friends, let them know that they should not distract you while you’re behind the wheel. Also, make sure to share the driving responsibilities with someone if you’re traveling a long distance.

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