With the help of more than $750,000, law enforcement agencies across New Jersey are taking part in the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign. It launches today and runs through Labor Day, September 3.
In an effort to promote the use of safe and sober designated drivers this summer, the HERO campaign's Jersey Shore program is asking bars to join the cause. More than 150 bars have already signed up for the Jersey Shore HEROES Program, and hundreds more are expected.
They try to tell us using a cell phone while driving is more dangerous than drunk driving. I don't know. The gentlemen in this video seem pretty dangerous to me. (Please be aware this video includes graphic images) I also think this pretty much confirms what I've always said
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