CHP during the longest execution period on the weekend of July 4
San Francisco (Kroon)-The California Highway Patrol is issuing advance warnings to those who might take risks while driving on the weekend of July 4:
The maximum execution period will take effect from 6:01 PM on Friday to 11:59 PM on Monday, July 5th.
This means that there will be more police officers on the road to monitor unsafe driving. This includes speeding, distracted driving and drunk driving-plus aggressive driving and road rage.
To avoid trouble and any tragic situation on the road this weekend, CHP recommends:
“Give yourself enough time to reach your destination and avoid unsafe driving behaviors such as tailgating. Staying calm and polite behind the steering wheel can reduce your risk of unpleasant encounters with other drivers. If you feel you are in danger, please Dial 9-1-1.”
Not only CHP, Oregon and Washington state police will also monitor the entire section of I-5.
“By conveying information, we hope that motorists will comply voluntarily,” added
Director Lei. “However, the police will look for anyone who is speeding or has a driving disorder
And pose a danger on the road. “
According to a report from the Center for Health Protection, one-quarter of all traffic fatalities in 2018 were caused by speeding.