The Annual ‘Click It Or Ticket’ Campaign Has Started In TX
Today kicked off the annual Texas Department of Transportation 'Click It or Ticket' Campaign.
According to KXTW, officers will be looking to ensure that everyone is appropriately wearing a seatbelt and that children are buckled in through the Thanksgiving holiday.
State troopers, police officers, and sheriff deputies usually begin the campaign over the Memorial Day holiday, but with COVID-19, it was postponed. The 'Click It or Ticket' initiative has pushed the zero-tolerance policy for TX residents.
If you are caught operating a vehicle without properly wearing a seatbelt, you can face a fine of up to $200.
Please be safe and wear a seat belt; it might save your life.
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