Law enforcement agencies coordinate traffic safety blitz NMDOT releases new fall/winter driver-safety campaign
SANTA FE – Law enforcement agencies will intensify their saturation patrols and DWI checkpoints to stop drunk drivers across New Mexico now through January 3, 2022. To support their efforts, the New Mexico Department of Transportation is launching a new fall/winter driver-safety campaign titled, “My Story,” which focuses on drunk driving, underage drinking, distracted driving, and seatbelt use told through the perspective of regretful drivers reflecting on the devastating consequences of their poor choices.
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