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Click it or Ticket going strong PDF Print
Written by Lauren Ohnesorge   
Tuesday, 22 May 2007 04:19

The annual Click It or Ticket campaign is still going strong in the High Country.

The campaign began yesterday and lasts through June 3. Click It or Ticket started in 1993 in hopes of increasing seat belt and child safety use rates. Statewide, the seat belt usage rate is at 88.5 percent. The goal for 2007 is to push seat belt usage to 90 percent. To do that, law enforcement officers, like those in Caldwell County, are conducting check points where few warnings will be given- mostly citations. Check points will also be conducted throughout this week in Watauga County, according to Captain Kelly Redmon. Most law enforcement agencies in North Carolina participate in the campaign, so now’s a good time to start wearing your seatbelt.
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