The Labor Day holiday is more than a week away but law enforcement is already hitting the roads in search of impaired motorists

If you’re caught driving over the limit, you will be under arrest.

If you’re driving in Alabama, Florida, or Georgia, you may want to think twice before getting behind the wheel. Troopers along with other law enforcement agencies will be out in full force watching for motorists driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Kevin Cook of the Alabama State Troopers says, “We’re going to be doing driver’s license checkpoints, with our task force zero, our bat mobile is going to be in play on this regular line patrols and just a general increase in numbers in order to inhibit the impaired driver.”

Just because you can’t see them, doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Undercover, motorcycles and unmarked cars…law enforcement will be watching for any illegal or unusual driving behavior.

Cook says, “Speeding, aggressive driving… when people ingest alcohol they don’t think straight and reaction times get slowed. It’s things that we take for granted that we do normally with regular muscle memory that gets totally distorted.”

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