Holmdel Police are putting the brakes on fatalities this Thursday, as part of a national effort to enforce driver safety by keeping roadways fatality-free for one day.
Put the Brakes on Fatalities days in the last two year sin New Jersey have been fatality-free, with extra enforcement of traffic laws and an encouragement of safe driving.
“Clearly, this effort will go a long way in our continuing efforts to stem the tide of tragedies that occur every day on New Jersey’s roadways,” Chief John Mioduszewski said. “Shining the spotlight on this one day can help create a groundswell of support for good driving behaviors that can carry over throughout the year.”
The day will spotlight safe driving while the Holmdel Township Police Department continues to enforce motor vehicle laws.
“Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day not only raises awareness about the individual responsibility we have for our driving behaviors, but also engages drivers in making positive changes behind-the-wheel every day of the year,” Mioduszewski said.