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Last week, Gov. Richardson announced several new DWI initiatives as part of the 100 Days and Nights of Summer campaign to prevent drunk driving.
While we laud the governor’s efforts, it must be remembered that there are some very good anti-DWI laws already on the books – we only need to get our judges to enforce them better.
The governor is strengthening the popular DrunkBusters program that warns every owner of a vehicle reported by vigilant motorists as potential DWI violators. The governor also kicked off a new Superblitz campaign and unveiled a new TV ad to highlight the consequences of drunk driving during the holiday weekend.
“We’re attacking DWI head-on with a comprehensive effort to keep drunk drivers off of our roads, and to punish those who ignore our warnings,” Richardson said.
Among new DrunkBusters Initiatives unveiled is a new pilot program and the potential expansion of DrunkBusters. The Department of Public Safety will send courtesy letters to registered owners of vehicles reported to the State’s DWI DrunkBusters hotline.
The goal of the DrunkBusters letter is to advise owners that their vehicle was reported driving erratically or in a dangerous manner. The letters will detail the time, date and location of the reported incident.
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