Ahead of the Memorial Day weekend and busy summer travel season, the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will partner with municipal police departments statewide during the national "Click it or Ticket" seat-belt enforcement mobilization through June 4. The danger is that being a safe, confident driver won't make a difference if a crash happens and the person isn't buckled up.
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"Getting people to wear their seat belts every time they get in a vehicle will help reduce the rising number of deaths we have seen on our roads in the last two years", Hayes said. Motorists caught not buckled up will be ticketed, and those caught driving impaired will be arrested.
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"Increasing public awareness and heightening enforcement through our participation in this campaign is a great way to boost the importance of seat belt safety". You hope it never has to save your life but if another driver crosses the center line toward you, is distracted or drunk, that seat belt may be the only thing that keeps you alive if there's a crash. If the enforcement crackdown wakes people up to the dangers of unrestrained driving and gets them to buckle up, we'll consider it a success.
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Although the state's average seat belt usage rate increased from 86.2 percent in 2015 to 88.95 percent in 2016, Tennessee is still nationally classified as a "low use" state. They can refuse to start the vehicle until every passenger is belted. Officers will stop and ticket unbelted drivers or passengers. Participating law enforcement agencies will be taking a no-excuses approach, writing citations day and night. In 2015, 91 unbelted motorists lost their lives on Minnesota roads.
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