The Colorado State Patrol has started a campaign to help keep motorists safe from Denver auto accidents, according to 9News.com.
The program is called Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT). It could help cut down on the number of Denver auto accidents.
A three-dimensional billboard shows a red sedan smashed into the back of a blue semi-truck in a Denver auto accident, and the billboard carrying the picture is crushed.
Police want to find drivers who tailgate and drive aggressively to help prevent Denver auto accidents.
Do you think campaigns like this are effective in preventing Denver auto accidents? What else do you think law enforcement officials should do to keep motorists from getting in Denver auto accidents?
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