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Traveling by car this holiday season? Here are some safety tips from Indiana State Police – ABC 57 News

 

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Traveling by car this holiday season? Here are some safety tips from Indiana State Police

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind.— Holiday travelers are hitting the roads already this week and Indiana State Police Sergeant Ted Bohner has some tips for a safe trip.

AAA estimates that more than 100 million people in the United States will travel to their holiday destinations this year.

Watch the videos above for a few tips for staying safe during your travels.

Source: https://www.abc57.com/news/holiday-travel-safety-tips-from-indiana-state-police

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