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Click it or Ticket campaign kicks off

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South Georgia law enforcers joined together to send out a clear warning, wear your seat belt or expect a ticket.

Monday marks the start of Georgia's Click it or Ticket safety belt enforcement campaign.

South Georgia officer started road checks today in Albany.

For the next 100 days, from Memorial Day through Labor Day, more people will be on the roads.

The Governor's Office of Highway Safety wants everyone buckled up, especially kids in approved child seats.

Governors Office of Highway Safety Director Harris Blackwood said "We want the children to be safe. During this operation we will begin the implementation of a new law July 1st, that requires six and seven year olds to be in booster seats. We want parents to go ahead and familiarize themselves with that law."

Law enforcement warns they will have zero tolerance at road checks and during their patrols.

If you are not buckled up, you will get a ticket.

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