Police on the lookout for aggressive drivers
Contributor: Nate Wardle
If you are an aggressive driver who lives in Adams, Lancaster, Lebanon or York County, you may soon find yourself being pulled over. Pennsylvania's Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project started on Monday and will run through March 27. Local and state police will be on the lookout for aggressive driving behavior on not only the interstate, but also back roads as well.
One-third of traffic crashes and two-thirds of resulting deaths can be attributed to aggressive driving. Police will be on the lookout for drivers who are speeding, tailgating, improperly passing or running red lights. Drivers stopped as part of the campaign will receive a ticket.
Information provided by the Center for Traffic Safety
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