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State Police Announce Two-Week ‘Buckle Up’ Campaign

The New York State Police and other law enforcement agencies across the state have launched their annual “buckle up” campaign, in which drivers and passengers who aren’t wearing seatbelts will be ticketed.

The campaign began on Monday, May 23rd, and will last until June 5th.

State troopers, including those assigned to the detail that patrols the Thruway, will be joining with local and county law enforcement officers across New York to make sure motorists are using their seatbelts as the summer travel season gears up.

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  • 1. Thanks for the news Question s wrote:

    How does it work for passengers

    Who gets the ticket? does age matter?
    If the passenger how will they Id him

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