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Police Increasing Patrols Looking For Seat Belt Violations
Updated May 28, 2013 1:21 PM
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(UNDATED) - Motorists can expect an increased police presence.

More than 250 agencies plan overtime shifts targeting impaired and aggressive and drivers.

Officials say seat belt compliance will be a major priority.

A recent study shows seat belt usage goes down by almost 20 percent in the evening hours. Increased patrols are funded with a federal grant and will continue through June 2.

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