Law enforcement officials want to cut down on Pennsylvania car accidents
Posted On Behalf of Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers on May 17, 2012 in Car Accidents
Law enforcement officials hope to cut down on the number of Pennsylvania car accident injuries and fatalities by encouraging drivers to buckle up. Police will be patrolling certain areas, looking for drivers who are not wearing seat belts.
PennDOT is providing money to departments to pay for the overtime law enforcement officials will be working, and they’ll also be funding equipment for officers.
According to phillyburbs.com, drivers are less likely to not use their seat belts at night.
Do you think seat belts effectively cut down on the number of Pennsylvania car accident injuries? Why do you think some drivers refuse to put on their seat belts?
If you have been injured in a Pennsylvania car accident, the Pennsylvania car accident attorneys at Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers can help.