Speed, alcohol involved in three-fourths of snowmobile crashes
Wisconsin snowmobile deaths are down from a year ago, despite the heavy snows in the early part of the winter.
Twenty-three people were killed this season, down from 25.
The Department of Natural Resources said speed was a factor in three-fourths of all crashes.
And Gary Eddy, the agency's snowmobile coordinator, says he'd like the night-time speed limit of 55 mph made permanent.