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Spring Break Travel Alert

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By KMVT News

IDAHO, With the start of SPRING BREAK next week for many of the area's high schools and universities, the Idaho State Police wants to remind motorists to stay safe during their travels. ISP will be partnering with other law enforcement agencies as well as the Idaho Transportation's Office of Highway Safety to target hazardous violations, including DUI and aggressive driving. As always, there will be a zero tolerance for non-seatbelt usage including passengers. Remember DRIVE SOBER or GET PULLED OVER.

ISP reminds motorists to observe the "Move Over Law", which requires motorists to slow down and move over if possible when approaching a stationary Authorized Emergency Vehicle displaying flashing lights. Every year there are a number of police officers that are killed nationwide while parked on the side of the road during the course of their duties. The Move Over Law helps protect law enforcement officers and emergency service personnel who risk their lives protecting the public.


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