Our view: Slob motorists need reminding, but hitting them in their pocketbook must be the next option

The state Office of Traffic Safety is urging motorists to slow down as Minnesota edges toward a recent high of traffic deaths. To date, nearly 400 have died on Minnesota roads and highways, setting a pace to be the deadliest year since 2007. Meanwhile, troopers and others in law enforcement are seeing an increase in all sorts of risky driving behaviors. 
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