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CSP Public Affairs created ‘Bad Driver Bracket’

Posted at 4:38 PM, Apr 03, 2019

COLORADO – The Colorado State Patrol Public Affairs is joining in on the March Madness fun by starting a ‘Bad Driver Bracket.’

CSP Public Affairs posts questions on their Twitter page where followers vote on what they think is the worst offense.

For example, in the first game of the final four ‘Bad Driver Bracket,’ participants were asked to weigh in on whether they think speeding or not using a seat belt is worse.

The final results were revealed in a tweet Wednesday. 52% of people said not wearing a seat belt is worse. But speeding came in a close second at 48%.

This is what the final four ‘Bad Driver Bracket’ looks like.

Click here to cast your vote on the latest poll. Which offense is worse: driving intoxicated or not moving from the left lane?