Chattanooga, TN – According to the police officials, among these, three were for speeding, with recorded speeds of 48, 54, and 61 mph on a bridge where the speed limit is 30 mph.

Last year in Tennessee, 365 lives were lost due to alcohol-impaired driving.

Driving under the influence, speeding, and other hazardous driving behaviors not only impact your finances, time, and well-being but can also have life-altering consequences for others and their families.

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