The start of summer marks the one-hundred deadliest days of driving for teenagers, but young drivers aren't the only high risk people hitting the streets. It's been two years since the Hands-Free driving law went into effect in New Hampshire, but how much has it improved the safety of our roads? Do we need to go further?
- Lt. Patrick Cheetham - Police officer for the Londonderry Police Department, and president of the New Hampshire Police Association.
- Daniel Goodman - Public affairs manager for AAA Northern New England.
- Chelsie Hubicsak-Muldowney - Youth Operator Specialist at the Injury Prevention Center at the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth. She organizes programs and presentations for young drivers, and travels to schools and driver's education classes across the state.
- Major Matt Shapiro - Highway Safety Commander at the NH Office of Highway Safety, and Operations Bureau Commander with the NH State Police.