Increased enforcement of the Click It or Ticket campaign starts today, and law enforcement officials across the state will be watching extra close for drivers, adult passengers and children who are not buckled up properly.
According to the Texas boy’s aunt, the officer said, “You were wearing your seat belt incorrectly. Sorry, but click it or ticket.”
Better buckle up in your vehicle. Monday marks the beginning of the 10th annual Texas “Click It or Ticket” seat belt enforcement campaign.
Law officers and officials from the TxDOT are opening the 10th annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign to promote the use of seat belts.
Deadly bus crashes over the past decade have claimed dozens of lives, including Vietnamese Catholics in North Texas. The accidents have rekindled interest in bipartisan legislation requiring regulators to act on bus safety recommendations.
A new state law says school buses must be equipped with seat belts, beginning today.