This week marks the beginning of what the Department of Public Safety calls the 100 deadliest days on Minnesota roads.

“We’re going into a little bit of an unknown with the COVID-19 challenges that we’re seeing out there as well. Certainly, I think with so many people working from home, we’re still seeing significant reductions in traffic volumes on most roadways across the state although that is starting to rebuild as some of the reopening has taken place.”

Mike Hanson, director of the Office of Traffic Safety is urging Minnesotans to slow down, buckle up and put the distractions away