A total of 92 people lost their lives on Idaho roads between the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends known as the 100 Deadliest Days. According to the Idaho Department of Transportation, that is ten more people killed in motor vehicle crashes than in 2020.
The rehabilitation of Idaho Highway 25 from Eden to the interstate begins on June 1. Crews will be working from milepost 18, which is about four miles west of Eden, to Interstate 84 in Jerome County, according to the Idaho Transportation Department.
Idaho drivers are being reminded of a new law set to take effect in 2020 requiring proof of insurance to the Idaho Department of Motor Vehicles. Owners of private vehicles in Idaho will need to prove at least two months of car insurance on any vehicle they own or the registration will be suspended