LPD Announces 2014 ‘Click-it or Ticket’ Campaign

click it or ticket rt 9There were 545 motor vehicle fatalities in New Jersey in 2013 and a large percentage of the motor vehicle occupants killed in traffic crashes were not wearing a seat belt. Use of a seat belt remains the most effective way to avoid death or serious injury in a motor vehicle crash.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that 135,000 lives were saved by safety belt usage nationally between 1975-2000 and
the Division of Highway Traffic Safety has set a goal of increasing the seat belt usage rate in the state from the current level of 91% to 92%. A further increase in seat belt usage in New Jersey will save lives on our roadways.

The Lakewood Police Department will be participating in the nationwide Click It or Ticket seat belt mobilization from May 19 – June 1, 2014 in an effort
to raise awareness and increase seat belt usage through a combination of enforcement and education. [TLS]

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  1. #1 not true. Fact of the matter- when people know they’ll get ticketed if they don’t seat belt- they actually do which is the goal.

  2. to #1. there are no ticket quotas, but thanks for playing. Maybe move to a topic where you actually know something about. Thanks, and have a nice day.

  3. We as frum Jews are required to ev everything possible to safeguard ourselves and families. If over 90 percent of the country can do it then you can to. Don’t become another statistic of the life that could have could have been saved

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