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Highway Safety Law Awareness Week

Highway Safety Law Awareness Week is February 18-25, 2018. It is an opportunity for drivers to review and obey driver safety laws that may not be well known among the public. For more safety information, visit www.penndot.gov/safety.

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Law Safety Awareness Week 2018

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania State Police team up to remind you of four lesser-known state laws involving blind pedestrians, malfunctioning traffic signals, wearing headphones while driving, and letting your car idle.

Law No. 1 — Blind Pedestrians

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania State Police team up to remind you of four lesser-known state laws.

Law No. 2 — Do Not Wear Headphones

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania State Police team up to remind you of four lesser-known state laws.

Law No. 3 — "Ride on Red"

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania State Police team up to remind you of four lesser-known state laws.

Law No. 4 — Idling Vehicles

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania State Police team up to remind you of four lesser-known state laws.


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