Fairfax Police to crack down on distracted driving
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Fairfax Police to crack down on distracted driving

Fairfax County is kicking off a major enforcement effort targeting motorists who text while driving or engage in other forms of distracted driving. Police showed drivers what distractions can do to your driving on the Fairfax County Driver Training Track. And then Capt. Susan H. Culin, commander of the Fairfax traffic division, gave it a go. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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