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2 Min. State DOT Update: Iowa
In a this Two Minute State DOT Update video, Iowa Department of Transportation Director Nancy Richardson discusses two new laws that took effect in Iowa this month which are designed to make travel on that state’s 114,000 miles of roads a whole lot safer. While one change affects all drivers, both laws specifically target young drivers who are most at risk of becoming involved in a motor vehicle crash. Richardson tells Transportation TV that her department supports the new laws because, “Every injury inflicted or life taken in a vehicle crash is someone’s child, mother, father, sister or brother. No one should be injured or killed because he or she wasn’t wearing a seatbelt or because someone was texting or otherwise distracted while driving.” © American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. All rights reserved.
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