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www.jjkeller.com:80...'s Roadcheck 2008 set for June 3-5 From June 3, 2008, through June 5, about 10,000 trained and certified officers will blanket the roadways of North America to prevent truck and bus accidents and save lives. Known as Roadcheck 2008, federal, state, provincial, and local officers will be conducting North American Standard Inspections around the clock for 72 hours from June 3-5. The inspections involve a comprehensive 37-step procedure which includes items related to vehicle, driver, and cargo safety. Officers also will be giving drivers educational materials on various aspects of commercial vehicle, driver, and hazardous materials safety.Some past statistics indicate that from 2001 to 2003, roadside inspection and traffic enforcement activities on trucks and buses conducted by these certified officers saved 2241 lives and helped to avoid 37,424 injuries and 49,126 crashes. Between 1998 and 2003, there was a 48 percent increase in the number of lives saved from these activities.
Originally posted by groingrinder
I have been toying with the idea of putting up my own sobriety checkpoint signs up on the state highways. Then I could hide in the bushes and retrieve all the contraband that comes flying out the windows.