If you are planning to attend a Super Bowl Sunday party, make sure you have a designated driver for the ride home, because police departments all over California are ramping up their DUI patrols.
Extra patrols will be instated throughout Southern California in the days preceding and following the game on Sunday.
Glendale will also plan an anti-drug campaign as part of their DUI program. This campaign is part of their city-wide awareness of driving under the influence education.
The main focus though, will be on intersections and roads that have already seen a large number of DUI-related accidents and deaths. Los Angeles County will also have roving DUI patrols that will focus on random, but strategic points.
Police are hopeful that there will not be a single DUI-related collision this year, but they are also wary because there has been an increase in DUI accidents over the past four years.
In 2011, police made 732 drunk driving arrests, up from 639 in 2010.
If you are in an accident, you need support. AA-Accident Attorneys provides their clients the expert legal help to win results. You can feel confident that the Los Angeles car accident lawyer who represents you knows your concerns, and the issues you face with crowded roads, freeways, and highways that can lead to automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, and truck accidents. The car accident lawyer knows these issues inside and out—as legal professionals and as citizens who share the road and live in our communities.
AA-Accident Attorneys serves clients in many locations across the United States, and has a car accident lawyer to represent you in San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County, San Fernando Valley, Ontario, Newport Beach, Los Angeles, Fresno, San Jose, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Las Vegas.