Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 12:00 am (Updated: March 31, 12:58 am)
Traffic safety evaluations by the sheriff’s office will be held on Hardin County roadways over the next few months.
According to a Hardin County Sheriff’s Office news release, the safety checks most often will be held at night when impaired driving traffic is at a maximum. Officers also may initiate checkpoints at other times and places during the month.
The primary focus of the safety checks is to reduce the incidence of drug- and alcohol-impaired drivers on roadways. Officers also will check for child safety seats and seat belt use.
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