The annual traffic enforcement campaign known as “drive sober or get pulled over” has been in effect for just over a week, but is already producing results, at least for the Highway Patrol. Troop F officials report that, since the program began August 16th, they’ve already made 17 arrests involving impaired drivers. Six of those involved a crash, while five involved speeding (including one person clocked at 115 mph.) Two of the drivers were stopped after failing to use a turn signal, and one failed to yield the right of away. The “drive sober or get pulled over” enforcement period lasts until September 2nd.