Maine Drivers Need to Be More Mindful of Horse and Buggy On Rural Roads
August 18, 2021
MAINE - According to the Maine DOT, Maine has seen more than 17,000 crashes so far in 2021 resulting in over 4,000 injuries. Last year, Maine saw 28,000 crashes with 6,700 injuries for the whole year. 2019 saw more than 8,000 injuries and over 35,000 crashes.
People driving fast on the roads in Maine not only need to look out for those cycling or look out for pedestrians but, they also need to be on the look out for horse drawn buggies in the rural parts of the state. Areas of Maine can see Amish buggies on the roads, which is an interesting site to see but, unfortunately, is proving to be very dangerous for the quaint community.
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