Lt. Christopher Dye of a Tennessee Highway Patrol will be a guest orator during a unchanging monthly assembly of The Marshall County Amateur Radio Society on Sunday, Jan. 21, during 2 p.m.
The assembly will be hold during a Marshall County Hardison Office Annex, 230 College Street, Suite 100, in Lewisburg.
Dye, a THP special services officer formed in a Lawrenceburg district, will plead a hazards of dreaming driving.
While many “ham” radio operators have communications apparatus commissioned in their cars, a occurrence of dreaming pushing accidents while handling such apparatus is distant reduction than those involving dungeon phone use and texting while driving, leaders of a radio multitude say.
New Tennessee engine car laws yield for stiffer penalties for some dreaming pushing offenses.
Amateur radio operators and anyone with an seductiveness in “ham” radio and puncture communications are invited and acquire to attend. Talk-in to a assembly will be accessible on a Lewisburg 146.625 amateur radio repeater.
For additional information on a Marshall County Amateur Radio Society or on amateur radio, greatfully hit Stephan Anderman, K2SMA, during 931-993-5800, or by e-mail to email@example.com.