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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today kicked off the annual “Click It or Ticket” law enforcement mobilization bringing together the power of 10,000 agencies across the nation to crack down on seat belt use laws. The campaign is targeted to all drivers, but especially the hard to reach males ages 18-34 who research shows are far less likely to wear seat belts.

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A special traffic enforcement program called “Click It or Ticket” (CIOT) is conducted between April and June each year in Alabama. Multiple agencies and organizations participated in this effort, under the leadership of the Office of Highway Safety in the Law Enforcement/Traffic Safety (LETS) Division of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA). Waves of public education and enforcement were conducted, working toward the single goal of improving seat belt use to increase highway safety.

Seat belt use was evaluated in two primary ways:
  • direct observation of vehicles, based upon a carefully designed sampling technique
  • a telephone survey
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Click It or Ticket Conducted in Alabama
An enforcement exercise was conducted over a two-week period.
  • 224 check points were conducted
  • 3,885 seat belt citations were given
  • 21,191 total citations, arrests, and warnings were issued

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