How to stay safe Super Bowl Sunday

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In an effort to flag those who choose to drive impaired, the San Luis Obispo Police Department will increase patrols Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 3), adding additional officers to look for drivers suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. "Troopers will be watching for impaired drivers and distracted drivers as well as those not wearing their seat belts".

ISP Troopers made over 60 DUI arrests and issued over 2,300 citations statewide during Super Bowl weekend previous year.

During the 2018 Super Bowl weekend, ISP also investigated three alcohol-related crashes and one fatal traffic crash.

"We encourage you to plan ahead and make it a priority to get to where you're going safely".

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"Impaired driving is not only irresponsible, but it can also destroy lives", CHP Commissioner Warren Stanley said. With taxis, transit, ride share apps and more, it has never been easier to find a sober ride home.

"This Super Bowl weekend, ISP Troopers will be strictly enforcing all traffic laws, with an emphasis on identifying impaired drivers", said ISP Acting Director Brendan F. Kelly.

ISPwould like to remind the public to avoid the Fatal-4; drive sober, don't speed, limit distractions, and buckle up.

In Boston, assets from the MSP Division of Field Services, including patrols, tactical units, and teams specially trained in crowd control will assist the Boston Police Department.

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