A reminder to buckle up before you head off to work in the morning.
Monday kicks off the National Click It or Ticket Campaign, and towns across Connecticut will take part in the initiative including Manchester, East Hartford, and Vernon.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in 2017, more than 10,000 people that were killed in vehicle crashes were not wearing seatbelts.
CLICK IT OR TICKET: Police across the country will be looking for unbuckled drivers & passengers this week.
A fine will cost you $50-$92 in CT.
Do YOU have a loved one who forgets to buckle up sometimes? What do you do to remind them? @WTNH pic.twitter.com/JI1pXroFae— Stephanie Simoni (@StephanieSimoni) May 20, 2019
Police officers across the state will be take a no-excuses approach.
In Connecticut, you can be fined up to $93 for not wearing a seatbelt.
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