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Radio Smart Talk for Wednesday, November 21:
The Thanksgiving weekend is the most traveled four-day period of the year. Families are going "over the river and through the woods" to enjoy and share their holiday dinners with loved ones. Friday has earned a reputation as the biggest shopping day of the year, so traffic will be heavy near shopping centers and malls and even some downtowns. Of course, in Pennsylvania, Monday is the start of the antlered deer season, so thousands of hunters will be on their way to deer camps throughout the state.
Against that backdrop, Radio Smart Talk features a discussion and mostly a question and answer session on the rules of the road. Specifically, what's legal and what isn't?
Pennsylvania State Police Trooper and Public Information Officer Adam Reed will join us to answer questions about who has the right-of-way and maybe a few less than obvious ones as well.
Do you have a question about a traffic law in Pennsylvania? Write it below or call 1-800-729-7532 between 9 and 10 a.m. Wednesday.
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Pennsylvania State Police Trooper and Public Information Officer Adam Reed listens to a caller's question about traffic lanes on witf's Radio Smart Talk.
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