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OHS Launches 14th Annual Safe Family Holiday Campaign Thanksgiving Week

Once again thousands of Delawareans will be hitting the road to visit family and friends and even do some after Thanksgiving shopping. The Office of Highway Safety wants to remind motorists as they travel this holiday season to buckle up, practice patience behind the wheel, and if partaking in some holiday ‘spirits’ use a designated driver because Delaware law enforcement will be on high alert to make sure you arrive safely to your destination.




‘Are You That Guy?’ Aggressive Driving Enforcement Set

The Office of Highway Safety has coordinated another wave of overtime Aggressive Driving enforcement and is set to conduct enforcement from October 23rd to November 3rd. Law enforcement agencies participating in the enforcement include Delaware State Police in all three counties, along with the Georgetown, Milford, Newark, New Castle County, Seaford, and Wilmington police departments.




Traffic Safety News – Motorcycle Safety “Share the Road”

Aggressive driving is all around us. Thankfully, we have the safety of seat belts and air bags to protect us. But what about motorcyclists? Imagine the risks that they have to take. The Office of Highway Safety reminds you to practice safe driving behaviors whether you are driving a car, truck or motorcycle. Share the Road. Arrive Alive.




Week 1 Results of ‘Are You That Guy?’ Aggressive Driving Campaign-5 drivers cited for Aggressive Driving

Dover – During the first wave of enforcement, 5 drivers were found ‘to be that guy’ and cited for Aggressive Driving as part of the ‘Are You That Guy?’ aggressive driving campaign.




OHS Launches the 2012 Aggressive Driving Campaign and Asks Drivers “Are You That Guy?”

The Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) is asking drivers “Are You That Guy?” as they launch the agency’s aggressive driving campaign for 2012. Public outreach and education activities along high visibility enforcement will continue to be the cornerstone of this year’s new campaign efforts.







 Pages Tagged With: "aggressive driving"

OHS Launches 14th Annual Safe Family Holiday Campaign Thanksgiving Week

Once again thousands of Delawareans will be hitting the road to visit family and friends and even do some after Thanksgiving shopping. The Office of Highway Safety wants to remind motorists as they travel this holiday season to buckle up, practice patience behind the wheel, and if partaking in some holiday ‘spirits’ use a designated driver because Delaware law enforcement will be on high alert to make sure you arrive safely to your destination.




‘Are You That Guy?’ Aggressive Driving Enforcement Set

The Office of Highway Safety has coordinated another wave of overtime Aggressive Driving enforcement and is set to conduct enforcement from October 23rd to November 3rd. Law enforcement agencies participating in the enforcement include Delaware State Police in all three counties, along with the Georgetown, Milford, Newark, New Castle County, Seaford, and Wilmington police departments.




Traffic Safety News – Motorcycle Safety “Share the Road”

Aggressive driving is all around us. Thankfully, we have the safety of seat belts and air bags to protect us. But what about motorcyclists? Imagine the risks that they have to take. The Office of Highway Safety reminds you to practice safe driving behaviors whether you are driving a car, truck or motorcycle. Share the Road. Arrive Alive.




Week 1 Results of ‘Are You That Guy?’ Aggressive Driving Campaign-5 drivers cited for Aggressive Driving

Dover – During the first wave of enforcement, 5 drivers were found ‘to be that guy’ and cited for Aggressive Driving as part of the ‘Are You That Guy?’ aggressive driving campaign.




OHS Launches the 2012 Aggressive Driving Campaign and Asks Drivers “Are You That Guy?”

The Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) is asking drivers “Are You That Guy?” as they launch the agency’s aggressive driving campaign for 2012. Public outreach and education activities along high visibility enforcement will continue to be the cornerstone of this year’s new campaign efforts.