ksp2 logo 300KENTUCKY (2/28/20) — Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division reported its two-week statewide enforcement blitz targeting aggressive driving behaviors.

“Many preventable crashes result from unsafe driving behavior such as speeding, distracted driving and following too close. Often times, we see this on our highways when motorists and commercial vehicle drivers struggle to share the road,” Sgt. Jason Morris said in a statement.

For this reason, KSP is kicking off the Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks Blitz on Sunday aimed to target passenger car and commercial vehicle drivers who exhibit aggressive behaviors such as improper lanes changes, speeding, following too closely, not leaving enough space to pass and failure to yield the right-of-way.

In 2019, there were 6,147 crashes involving commercial trucks on Kentucky roadways resulting in 88 deaths, KSP said.

Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division Director Major Nathan Day said the agency will use social media, radio and other forms of public outreach to educate the public on the dangers of aggressive driving.

 “It’s not about writing tickets, It’s about saving lives and at the end of the day, we want everyone to arrive to their destination safely," he said.

TACT enforcement and public information efforts are funded by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

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