'Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day' Puts a Spotlight on Keeping Motorists Safe

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As part of the national initiative, police departments throughout South Jersey are focusing on keeping motorists safe on our roadways as they attempt to put the brakes on fatalities.

Wednesday, October 10th, is Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day, a day-long initiative designed to increase awareness about safe driving behaviors in hopes of keeping roads across the state fatality free for one whole day.

The effort calls for drivers to fasten their seat belts, obey speed limits and traffic laws, avoid distractions while driving, and always be safe and sober on the road.

To learn more about Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day, visit the American Society of Civil Engineers website at asce.org/brakesonfatalities.

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