Police are planning to crack down on drunk driving during Labor Day weekend.
Florida and Georgia law enforcement agencies are teaming up for and annual traffic safety campaign, “Hands Across the Border.”
Police will be more strict on unsafe driving by using saturation patrols and checkpoints.
Officers from both states met on Thursday in Yulee, Florida, to pledge to work together for the Labor Day weekend.
Officials want to make sure drivers are using seat belts, not drinking and driving, and driving at safe speeds.
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