Luck may belong to the Irish, but it won’t help Michigan motorists who don’t designate a sober driver over the next few weeks.
Michigan State Police say they arrested 45 drunk drivers across 20 counties during Super Bowl weekend.
Michigan State Police are reminding motorists to make the right call by designating a sober driver before kick off if their Super Bowl celebration includes alcohol.
More than 100 law enforcement agencies in Michigan have begun a statewide drunk driving crackdown to keep impaired drivers off the road as 2013 begins.
Michigan State Police say nearly 100 agencies in 20 counties will be conducting extra patrols over the long Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 21 through Nov. 25, to ensure motorists are driving safe and sober this holiday.
Police are stepping up patrols aimed at stopping drunk drivers during the week leading up to Halloween.
The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning says some young men referred to themselves as “professional” drunken drivers during focus groups this year, claiming they were better drivers when drunk.
Motorists who don’t want to ring in the New Year with a police siren should designate a sober driver for their holiday countdown parties.
Michigan State Police will be taking part in a national campaign to crack down on drunken and unbelted driving over the pre-Christmas weekend.
This Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Michigan State Police troopers will be patrolling roads as part of the nationwide Operation C.A.R.E. traffic safety initiative.
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