The Washington State Patrol, in a media release, reports that they will have 25 extra state troopers on King County highways over the Memorial Day weekend between May 22 through May 25.
The troopers will be vigilant to find drivers who are speeding, driving under the influence or otherwise impaired, and drivers who are not using seatbelts. In addition, the troopers will be looking for signs of aggressive driving. Aggressive driving can include the following behaviors:
- Honking the horn
- Flashing head lights
- Braking suddenly to annoy following drivers
- Passing traffic and the slowing down
- Speeding to beat red lights
The WSP is committed to keeping the roads safe and to prevent car accidents over the Memorial Day holiday.
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