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I noted that one driver told me that it used to be $1,000 for that million accident-free miles, but has been cut in half.

Well, UTA spokesman Remi Barron tells me it never was $1,000. It’s always been $500 for the million miles.

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In fact, he said, UTA has sweetened the pot. This year, the agency has added a $250 bonus for a half million accident-free miles, which only takes seven or eight years to achieve.

Correction » I wrote in Wednesday’s column about a government vehicle, license plate 93897EX and vehicle number 19137, going more than double the speed limit in a school zone last Friday about 9:30 a.m. on 7000 South between 1300 West and 1700 West.

I indicated it was a state vehicle. It wasn’t. It was a Salt Lake County vehicle.

prolly@sltrib.com




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