Minnesota Department Of Public Safety
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is reminding motorists to designate a sober driver before watching the Super Bowl.
State officials will be targeting 13 Minnesota counties over the next year in the crackdown on drunk driving, according to a Minnesota Department of Public Safety report released Friday.
It’s a sticker that starts a lot of sticky conversation. License tabs. They can be pricey and they need to be replaced. So, why do we pick up the tab every year? Good Question.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety reports that, of the first 10 people killed on the road, eight were not using their seat belts.
Traffic deaths in 2011 were the lowest they’ve been since 1944, according to a report released Wednesday by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
The Department of Public Safety says there’s been a drop in alcohol-related deaths and injuries on Minnesota’s roads during the New Year’s holiday over the last decade.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety announced Thursday that it will crack down on drinking and driving during the month of December.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety said this past Thanksgiving travel period may have been the safest on record in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is warning motorists to be more aware of pedestrian and bicycle traffic this fall as days are starting to get darker faster.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has asked 18 law enforcement agencies to investigate possible misuse of its Driver and Vehicle Services database.
October is officially Fire Prevention Month and Minnesota firefighters are already talking about the dangers of fires and how to prevent them.
At least 232 motorists have been arrested for DWI in the first weekend of Minnesota’s statewide DWI crackdown, according to preliminary reports from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety had a busy month of July when it came to citing speedy drivers.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says July was the deadliest month on Minnesota roads so far this year, and last week was one of the three deadliest weeks of 2011.
The number of injuries and property damage caused by fireworks has declined in Minnesota.