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Maui police cite some 180 drivers in Click It or Ticket campaign

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More than 180 drivers in the Maui County were issued citations during the Click It Or Ticket campaign. 

From May 23 to June 5, officers from all Maui districts concentrated on drivers and passengers not wearing their seat belts and not properly restraining their children. A total of 185 citations were issued during the two-week campaign. 

Click It or Ticket is a national campaign focused on proper seat belt usage. Hawaii law requires drivers and passengers in the front seat to fasten their seat belts. Passengers riding in the backseat must buckle up if they are 17 years old or younger. 

The fine for seat belt violations is $92 and $100 to $500 for not buckling up a child.   

 

 

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