Seat Belt Crackdown Starts Monday



Klamath Fall, Ore.– A new campaign to crack down on folks who aren’t wearing seat belts gets underway on Monday. According to a press release from the Klamath Falls Police Department, local police are participating in the state-wide effort to increase seat belt use. A recent survey in Klamath Falls found that about 78-percent of drivers in the city use a restraint when they drive, which is well below the state average.

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