Police in Idaho Step up Motorcycle Enforcement
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Law enforcement agencies from all over Idaho are stepping up efforts to get motorcyclists and scooter riders to obey traffic laws.
Their goal is to cut down on the number of people killed on the road.
Last year in Idaho, 29 motorcyclists died and nearly 200 more were seriously hurt in crashes.
Agencies from all over the Treasure Valley will pay extra attention to two-wheeled riders from now until August 21st.