The New York State Police Department is making sure that visitors to state parks are buckling up for safety this summer.
The campaign is an enforcement and educational campaign to ensure that visiting motorists and their passengers properly buckle-up their seatbelts while travelling inside state parks.
It is also aimed at teaching the importance of properly securing our youngest visitors in approved child safety seats.
The campaign will run from Saturday to Monday, August 12.
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