DENVER (KDVR) — The largest seat belt enforcement period of the year begins on Monday, May 15. The Colorado Department of Transportation will join the Colorado State Patrol and 46 participating law enforcement agencies for a campaign that will continue for 21 days.
CDOT reports that last summer between the months of June and August there were 201 deadly car crashes on Colorado’s roadways.
FOX31 spoke to several motorists who provided various reasons for making sure to buckle up.
“Because my wife tells me to,” one Cherry Creek driver said.
Law enforcement emphasizes that your safety is the number one reason to take the time to put on your seat belt.
“We see the tragic consequences of motorists…
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