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Seatbelt campaign launched in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 09:20 16 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:29 05 July 2010

Suffolk Police launch a seatbelt enforcement campaign in Lowestoft.  PC Mark Carter talking to a motorist.

Suffolk Police launch a seatbelt enforcement campaign in Lowestoft. PC Mark Carter talking to a motorist.

MOTORISTS and passengers who do not wear seatbelts will be targeted all this week in Waveney as a police enforcement campaign starts today.

The Suffolk-wide crackdown will run all week (Monday, February 16 to Sunday, February 22), as officers across the county carry out high visibility patrols and clamp down on anyone not wearing a seatbelt or not using the appropriate child restraints.

MOTORISTS and passengers who do not wear seatbelts will be targeted all this week in Waveney as a police enforcement campaign starts today.

The Suffolk-wide crackdown will run all week (Monday, February 16 to Sunday, February 22), as officers across the county carry out high visibility patrols and clamp down on anyone not wearing a seatbelt or not using the appropriate child restraints.

The campaign, which runs as part of a European seatbelt enforcement campaign, will mean that the chances of being caught when driving without a seatbelt will be greatly increased.

Given the statistics that show that failing to wear a seatbelt remains one of the main causation factors of fatal and serious injury collisions, any motorists caught without a seatbelt will be given an instant fixed penalty notice of £30 and could face a fine of up to £500.

For a full report and pictures of the crackdown, be sure to buy this week's Lowestoft Journal.

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