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The 100 Deadly Days of Summer have begun

The fact that summer is upon us all is a reason to celebrate. Summer is traditionally a time to relax, to enjoy the outdoors, to gather with loved ones and to simply appreciate the long days and warm nights. However, summer does have certain downsides. Traditionally, summer is also associated with mosquito bites, sun burns and too much to drink. Unfortunately, that last association tends to lead to drunk driving arrests and drunk driving crashes.

In the summertime, more motorists than usual tend to take to the roads at all hours of the days and nights. Inexperienced teen drivers are behind the wheel more often because they are not enrolled in school. Motorists drive while they are drowsy because they have been up late visiting with loved ones, traveling or simply doing an enjoyable amount of “nothing.” And as usual, drivers tend to be distracted during the summer, just as they are at other times of the year. For all these reasons and more, the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day has come to be known as the 100 Deadly Days of Summer.

During the 100 Deadly Days of Summer, it is very important to remain alert, sober and focused while driving. It is also very important to teach your teens to do the same. If either you or your teens need an extra incentive to make these efforts, please note that many police departments increase the number and duration of their enforcement patrols at numerous times during the summer in order to hold drunk, distracted and aggressive drivers accountable for endangering themselves and fellow motorists.

Source: WWLP, “Summer months, the deadliest for drivers,” Tamara Sacharczyk, May 25, 2015

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