Connecticut State Troopers across the state are preparing for Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 4. Parties and gatherings can make Super Bowl Sunday one of the year’s most dangerous days on the roads and highways of the state due to impaired driving-related accidents. The busy holiday season is past, but Super Bowl Sunday is an ‘unofficial’ holiday, and the U.S. Troopers urge all Connecticut residents to proceed with caution as they celebrate with friends and family.
Although kickoff is not until 6:30 p.m., Super Bowl Sunday tends to be an all-day celebration. Due to the nature of this sporting event, the Connecticut State Police offer some suggestions to keep everyone safe as they celebrate the game: