Georgia State Patrol and GDOT Share Summer Travel Safety Tips

“Get a good night’s sleep before driving… Please never get out of your car”

DUBLIN, GA (41NBC/WMGT)- The Georgia Department of Transportation promotes safe driving under the slogan “Come Alive”.

Distracted driving, drunk driving and reckless driving all factors that can lead to car accidents according to GDOT.

Corporal Josh Augusta of the Georgia State Patrol in Dublin says you should prepare a few days before a long trip, including water and rest.

“GRAMand your good night’s sleep before you travel many times, that’s where we have a lot of problems, when they get tired, they fall asleep, especially when they try to make longer trips on the road, ”said the corporal. August.

Gina Snyder, director of public affairs for District 3 GDOT, says if you’re in an accident, get help.

“Prent, never get out of your car, just try to stay in your car because we see a lot of injuries, deaths and injuries when people get out of their cars and people drive so fast on our roads,” GDOT Communications said. Directed by Gina Snyder.

With the Fourth of July holiday approaching, Snyder says non-essential lane closures will be suspended from July 1 to July 5 to ease travel.

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