The North Carolina Highway Patrol will be out in full force this week near schools, trying to crack down on teen drivers disobeying traffic laws.
It’s all part of an initiative called “Operation Drive To Live.” Troopers will be enforcing traffic laws around schools and conducting traffic safety education programs at area high schools all week.
Statistics show young drivers, ages 15 to 20, are more vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways.
Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in North Carolina and the United States.
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