The· San Diego Police StationThe Transportation Division introduced plans for drunk driving and license checkpoints someplace within the metropolis on Saturday night time.
Officers will park their vehicles from 10 pm Saturday to three am Sunday to examine for alcohol and marijuana impairment and correct licenses.
The ministry stated personal areas could be chosen primarily based on the frequency of earlier drunk driving accidents and arrests.
Checkpoints are often introduced upfront as a deterrent to those that might grip the steering wheel after ingesting, smoking, or overdose.
“Surveys have proven that routine, well-publicized and aggressive drunk driving operations can scale back crashes involving disabled drivers by as much as 20%,” police stated. I’ll.
Arrested drivers can anticipate imprisonment, fines, charges, drunk driving lessons, license suspensions, and prices that might exceed $ 10,000.