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Labor Day news DUI checkpoints.

If you are driving this holiday please see below from PA State Police

Labor Day Holiday Enforcement Commencement Dates and Times- The Labor Day holiday Enforcement will commence on Friday 09/04/20 at 0001 hours, and end on 09/07/20 at 2400 hours. Troopers will be on patrol heavily enforcing traffic laws, more specifically driving under the influence, distracted driving, move over law, and speeding to ensure people make it to and from their holiday celebrations safely. In addition, certified drug recognition experts — troopers who have received specialized training to distinguish the physiological signs of impairment caused by a wide range of controlled substances — will be on the lookout for drivers who are impaired by drugs other than, or in addition to, alcohol.

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