Click It or Ticket campaign begins Monday

More than 200 Indiana police agencies will be participating in the national Click It or Ticket campaign from now until June 6.

On average, more than 90% of motorists are found to be wearing seat belts but the small percentage who don't make up a disproportionate amount of fatalities that happen every year on Indiana roads.

Police across the state will be addressing this issue during the Click It or Ticket campaign.

Motorists should expect to see more officers out on the roads as they seek to educate drivers about the importance of wearing a seat belt. Throughout the duration of the campaign, anyone caught not wearing a seat belt will receive a citation.

“If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s that life is precious,” said Devon McDonald, ICJI Executive Director. “We expect more people will be venturing out and taking road trips this spring, and wearing a seat belt is still the best way to keep you and your loved ones safe on the road.”

To learn more about the campaign, click here. Parents and caregivers can find the safest car seat for their child by clicking here.

To get help from a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician, click here.

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