Spurred by an epidemic of distracted driving making U.S. roads and highways increasingly deadly, Michigan State Police are implementing a special crackdown on drivers who aren’t paying attention to the road. According to Flint, Michigan’s WJRT ABC 12, State Police have are testing a method of catching drivers using their smartphones or other portable electronic devices behind the wheel or engaging in any other form of distraction, such as eating, grooming, or tending to a child or pet. “Operation Ghost Rider” puts two officers in an unmarked car. One officer drives while the other officer keeps an eye out for ... Read More
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