Illinois police crack down on unsafe driving this weekend
The Illinois State Police will be having two roadside checkpoints in order to crackdown on unsafe driving such as driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and transporting alcoholic beverages.
The police are taking a zero tolerance approach on drunk driving. Safety check points were designed to prevent people from driving drunk. Forty percent of all motor vehicle accidents in Illinois have alcohol as a significant factor. A grant from the US Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Administration has funded the roadside check points.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a DUI, contact the Champaign DUI lawyers of Bruno Law Offices by calling 217-328-6000.