SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego Police Division is planning a DUI/driver license checkpoint at an undisclosed location inside the metropolis of San Diego this week.
Beginning 11 p.m. Wednesday to three a.m. Thursday, officers can be checking drivers for up-to-date licenses and indicators of impaired driving in a location “affording the best alternative for attaining drunk and drugged driving deterrence,” in keeping with a launch from the San Diego Police Division.
SDPD Lt. Adam Sharki mentioned checkpoint places are usually positioned in areas with the best charges of collisions and frequency of arrests.
The SDPD additionally recommends drivers obtain the Designated Driver VIP app, which affords free incentives to designated sober drivers and connects intoxicated customers with rideshare companies.
Penalties for driving impaired or and not using a license can embody jail time and $10,000 in fines and charges.