State and local police departments are teaming up for a national “Click it or Ticket” seatbelt enforcement effort now through June 10th.
PennDOT says more than 509 people died on Pennsylvania roadways in 2011 because they weren’t buckled up. Several people have already died in crashes this year. State Police Troop G spokesman Jeff Petucci says the focus of the enforcement will be teenagers – and those under age 18.
Officers will also focus on nighttime seatbelt enforcement. Logan Township Police Sergeant John Flinn says most accidents happen close to home – when drivers tend not to buckle up.
Drivers who are not buckled up will face an additional fine on top of the one they receive for the primary violation. That fi winell cost you an additional $100.
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