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ALDOT's Code of the Road Safety Campaign

ALDOT has a new campaign from Drive Safe Alabama called Code of the Road. If you keep your eyes peeled, you’ll see billboards all around the state encouraging drivers to “Click the seat belt, not the like button.” This is in effort to drive down the more than 144,000 crashes happening on Alabama roads.

This…

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ALDOT is reminding every vehicle driver and passenger about Alabama's hands-free driving law

A new state law aims to drive down vehicle-related fatalities caused by distracted driving. Beginning in June of 2024, state and local law enforcement can issue tickets to anyone making a call, sending a text, browsing the web, or watching or recording videos with a phone in their hands. In other words, drive hands-free or…

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As daylight saving time approaches, it’s a great opportunity to spring into safer driving habits. While losing an hour of sleep has its challenges, getting behind the wheel of a car when you’re drowsy is dangerous and preventable.

According to the latest data from the Crash Facts publication, drowsy driving was a factor in 2,336…

Read More “Stay safe and alert: tips for a smooth transition into daylight saving time”

With peak holiday travel season underway, the Alabama Department of Transportation is anticipating higher than average traffic volumes on Alabama roadways. To ensure the safety of the traveling public and construction and maintenance workers, ALDOT will have no temporary lane closures from Friday, Dec. 22, 2023, at 6 p.m. until Monday, Jan. 1, 2024, at 11:59…

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