CONSUMER ALERT

511 service benefits travelers and commuters either via phone or web

Submitted by Harold Moldoff

(This is another in a series of public service columns. The following information has been provided by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.)

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation introduces a new service to help commuters and travelers access information regarding weather-related road conditions, construction and congestion, via the Web or phone 24/7.

511 is part of a national effort:


Improving Public Service:
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Related Information:
(*Most mobile phone carriers in New Hampshire have already activated the 511 service. If your carrier has not, or if you are calling from outside New Hampshire, dial toll-free 1-866-282-7579.)


BE AWARE OF FRAUDULENT ATTEMPTS TO STEAL MONEY FROM YOU. If you have questions or concerns on offers of solicitations, we encourage you to contact the Bureau of Consumer Protection at (603) 271-3641, or 1-888-468-4454 or Rye Police Department at (603)964-5522

Harold Moldoff is a volunteer Consumer Affairs Specialist with the Bureau of Consumer Protection and Antitrust, Concord, N.H. He is a resident of Rye Beach.


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September, 2010




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