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for Popular Government Vol. 18 Issue 7, Mar 1952
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All of the lawmakers and law enforcers are helpless without the cooperation of the public in observing traffic laws. Through tests, handbooks, and an understanding of violations, motor vehicle operators can reduce accidents on streets and highways.
Laws on the books will never cut down accidents in North Carolina unless enforced by officers on streets and highways. Execution of motor vehicle laws lies in the hands of law enforcement officers on several levels.
Horse and buggy days in rural North Carolina generated few if any traffic problems. But with population growth and technological advancement, accidents have multiplied as have North Carolina's traffic laws.