PA Drivers Have Opportunity to Participate in PennDOT Survey
Our Pennsylvania car accident attorneys have continuously urged PA drivers to drive safely when on our highways. We also strive to present articles regarding safety initiatives and campaigns aimed at improving highway safety. Now, Pennsylvania residents have the opportunity to be heard regarding the efficacy of the state’s traffic safety enforcement and their peers’ driving behaviors.
PennDOT has published its Highway Safety Planning Survey online at www.JustDrivePA.com. The survey questions focus on several key safety initiatives: seat belt use, impaired driving, speeding, motorcycles, distracted driving. Each state is required to complete this survey by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Residents have until July 27 to complete their feedback. The survey is anonymous, although information is maintained on gender and zip code of residence.
Palmer-Forks Patch reports that more than 3,500 people responded to last year’s survey.
According to PennDOT’s website, more than 1,200 people die in traffic crashes in Pennsylvania each year. The fatalities often result from distracted driving, impaired driving or lack of seatbelt use.
Our PA personal injury attorneys encourage PA residents to complete the survey to help make our roads safer.
About Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys
Munley Law is a Pennsylvania accident and injury law firm that represents car accident victims and their families throughout the state of Pennsylvania and the Northeast, including those injured in accidents that involve speeding, distracted driving, drunk driving, fatigued driving, aggressive driving and careless driving in hazardous weather conditions. The Pennsylvania personal injury law firm’s additional practice areas include trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, defective products, toxic chemicals, workplace injuries, nursing home litigation and other serious accidents. To contact the law firm, use the firm’s online contact form.
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