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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police are kicking off the annual "Click It or Ticket" campaign. Officers here and across the country will be looking for those not buckled up.
In Kentucky, seat belt usage is below the national rate of 86 percent. Police say this is a good time to teach seat belt habits to children and remind teenagers to buckle up.
LMPD Traffic Commander Lt. Joe Seelye said Thursday, "To the teens out there, I know you don't think parents are cool. Set good examples. It's cool to wear your seatbelt because it will save your life."