In light of recent fatal road accidents and other serious road accidents, RCIPS encourages drivers to practice safe driving, especially during weekends and bad weather.

“Unfortunately, some members of the public seem to have a cold shoulder towards unsafe driving behavior, especially speeding,” said Acting Superintendent Brad Ebanks. “We are seeing an alarming number of people driving excessively fast and the consequences of that decision. The consequences are much more likely to be serious or even fatal, and adding alcohol to the mix makes the consequences even more likely.”

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