Click it or Ticket, put on your seat belt when you get in your car.

New Jersey is joining 15 other states in the United States border-to-border seat belt enforcement with Click it or Ticket, according to

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The time frame will range a little bit but from 10 am to 6 pm, throughout New Jersey and will begin tonight (May 22nd, 2024).

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Along with other states, New York, Maine Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Tennessee, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, and Florida, New Jersey will have police setting up checkpoints to enforce using seat belts.

The Click it or Ticket campaign will run through May 31st, 2024.

New Jersey's targeted areas in the Garden State for Click it or Ticket

Bergen County, Hudson County, Passaic County, Essex County, Warren County, Mercer County, Cape May County, Burlington County, Camden County

From the Division of Highway Traffic Safety Acting Director: “Seat belts save thousands of lives every year, but far too many motorists are still not buckling up, especially at night when the risk of getting in a crash is even greater. We want to make this the safest summer possible. Buckling up is not optional; it’s the difference between life and death in a crash. That’s why we’re out here enforcing the law.”

An average of 150 motor vehicle drivers not wearing a seatbelt and passengers were killed in car crashes, each year in New Jersey.

Please put your seat belt on when getting in your car, it's so important. And, when someone gets in your car, remind them to put their seat belt on. Remember, Click it or Ticket.

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