Police are setting up sobriety checkpoints around Middle Tennessee on New Year's Eve to keep drivers safe and prevent traffic accidents.
While there will undoubtedly be a saturation of officers patrolling the roadways, the law requires police to announce any official roadblocks in advance.
Here's where you'll see some:
US-41A near Motlow College Road in Normandy
US-41 and Ashbury Road in Manchester
US-127 and Browns Gap Road in Crossville
TN-56 Whorten Springs Road in Smithville
US-31 at MM-14 in Pulaski
US-43 at MM-2.9 in Loretto
TN-136 at Bend of the River in Cookeville
S. Rutherford Boulevard at Highway 41 in Murfreesboro
Nashville Pike between Sandersville Road and Hunt Club Boulevard in Gallatin
TN-13 North in Waynesboro
While there are no official checkpoints, county officials say there will be extra officers working overtime to patrol "problem areas" for DUI-related offenses thanks to a grant from the Tennessee Highway Safety office.
S. Mt Juliet Road near Central Pike in Mt Juliet