Charlie Maxx

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We’ve all experienced aggressive driving and now Pennsylvania wants to do something about it!  PennDOT says more than 80 municipal police departments are banding together in a coordinated effort to stop aggressive driving that hopefully reduces crashes, injuries and fatalities.  It’s a widespread campaign stretching from Bucks to Chester, Delaware to Montgomery and even Philadelphia counties. The statewide program will run through August 21st.  It’s not just county level too – local municipalities like Conshohocken, Plymouth, and Whitemarsh police departments will also take part.

Bottom line: slow down, don’t drive aggressive and you’ll pay the price if you do.