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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #266: Traffic deaths
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    Traffic deaths


    POLICE CHIEF REVEALS PLAN TO REDUCE TRAFFIC DEATHS

    DALLAS - Police Chief has just revealed his new traffic safety plan aimed at reducing fatal vehicle accidents, which killed 169 people last year in Dallas.

    For example, a group of patrol cars will be traveling at the posted speed limits, so any motorists passing them will be stopped. His new plan is called 'SMART,' which means: Secure all occupants with seatbelts; Monitor speed; Avoid distractions; Recognize hazards; and Take responsibility.

    The SMART plan will use marked and unmarked cars that will watch for motorists who break traffic laws or drive too aggressively, especially in school zones, where 33 children were injured last year.



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    1. WHAT IS 'S.M.A.R.T.'?

    2. Why has it been created?

    3. C) What is an 'unmarked car'?









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