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It’s summer on the porch, and for Idahoans, it’s time to have fun. Some people go on vacation, others go to every concert they can get their hands on, and others just enjoy being outside in the warm weather.

Travelers, beware!

Most of us would think that winter is one of the most dangerous times of year to drive, right? With all the snow and ice, many of us would agree that some people don’t belong on the road in winter.

However, according to the Idaho Department of Transportation, the 100 deadliest days in Idaho began on Memorial Day and run through Labor Day. As mentioned, there is a lot to do this summer, but we should also remember that the sun sets much later this time of year.

The Idaho Department of Transportation reports that 70 people have died in traffic accidents so far this year. According to the Idaho Department of Transportation, July is the deadliest month of the 100 deadliest days.

What are the people doing behind the wheel?

Knowing what people admittedly did behind the wheel might make you say a prayer before you leave and hug your family a little tighter.

Seriously – people make some crazy Things.

We asked people to tell us what they saw people doing on the streets of the Treasure Valley, and believe us when we say that it terrible.

Hopefully people will limit this behavior during Idaho’s 100 deadliest days!

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Idaho residents are sharing the horrible things they’ve seen other drivers do on the road. It’s horrifying.

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