Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign Starts

The Oregon State Police and other law enforcement agencies in the state begin the national “Click It or Ticket” campaign this coming week.  A statewide observation survey from June 2013 found 98 percent of Oregon’s motoring public using safety belts, making Oregon one of the two highest belt use states in the country.   However, 61 of Oregon’s 198 occupant fatalities in 2012 were reportedly unrestrained.   During the campaign officers from Oregon law enforcement agencies will be focusing on safety belt use, including proper restraints for child passengers, use in pickup trucks, and use during nighttime travel.   The Oregon Department of Transportation provides grants for overtime safety belt enforcement campaigns

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