New Jersey to ramp up seat belt enforcement with help from Delaware River Port Authority

    Click it or ticket. You’ve seen the signs glowing at you from traffic advisory billboards and in commercials like these. So here’s your fair warning to heed the advice.

    The Delaware River Port Authority is stepping up its seat belt enforcement between now and June 5 as part of New Jersey’s Primary Seat Belt Law.

     

    Signs on all four DRPA bridges (Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross, Walt Whitman, Commodore Barry) will remind you the police are on the prowl to enforce the state’s seat belt law. The Click it or ticket campaign is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and New Jersey is taking it seriously.

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