Monday, April 30, 2012

Kansas City police crack down on teenage drivers.

Looks like the Kansas City police are watching young drivers trying to emphasize the importance of wearing a safety belt. There may be a more useful way to expend police resources than by enforcing seat belt laws...
I always found it funny that a motorcyclist doesn't have to wear a seatbelt..but ehh what do I know.  Remember Sea tbelt violations are not moving violations here in Kansas.

Here is the article from the KC Star.

Kansas City police issued almost 90 traffic citations in a recent safety campaign directed at teenage drivers, the department announced Tuesday. During the last two weeks of March, officers targeted drivers who were not wearing seat belts and who committed other traffic offenses.

Police conducted 88 traffic stops, issuing 55 speeding tickets, 33 citations for seat belt violations and 38 tickets for other offenses.

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