I-95 TICKETS: Watch Your Speed As Massive Enforcement Campaign Continues

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (From Florida Highway Patrol) — The Florida Highway Patrol has teamed-up with the state police, highway patrols and local law enforcement jurisdictions of every state along the Eastern Seaboard containing a portion of Interstate 95 (I-95) this week in an effort to keep one of the nation’s major interstate corridors safe and fatality-free this week.

Law enforcement agencies in each state are conducting safety enforcement details on I-95 that began on August 4th and extends through August 9th in a campaign called the “I-95 Challenge.” This campaign will address driving behaviors of all motorists along the I-95 corridor related to distracted, reckless, and impaired driving, seatbelt usage and speeding. Although law enforcement agencies focus on these types of driving behaviors 365 days a year, this week was chosen to highlight and raise awareness of these dangerous driving behaviors in order to save lives. Traffic safety is a continuous effort and agencies are always looking for innovative ways to educate motorists about traffic safety.

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