Seat belt enforcement campaign set to begin in the Bronx and city

The city?s latest driving campaign is aimed at keeping Bronx and city drivers safe and buckled up while on the roads. Local law enforcement officers took their message to Times Square Friday to let residents know that buckling up can save lives. From May 23 to June 5, state and local law enforcement will be on a zero-tolerance crackdown for drivers who aren't buckled up and checkpoints will be set up throughout the city. Even though the "Click It or Ticket" campaign will last only two weeks, police officers want to remind drivers they should always buckle up.

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