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Michigan State Police cracking down on aggressive drivers

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Michigan State Police

A new enforcement campaign by the Michigan State Police will focus on aggressive drivers along I-94 between Jackson and Taylor.

The campaign is called TACT – or Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks.

It's an effort by police to encourage safe driving around trucks.

According to a press release, crashes involving commercial vehicles have increased 15% in the past five years.

Officers will be on the lookout for violations by both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles.

That includes improper lane use, careless and reckless driving, speeding, and following too closely.

The campaign starts Monday and runs on weekdays through the first two weeks of June.

Paulette is a digital media reporter and producer for Michigan Radio. She started as a newsroom intern at the station in 2014 and has taken on various roles in that time, including filling in as an on-air host.
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