WASHINGTON (AP) -- During the busy Thanksgiving travel week, police will be looking out for motorists who are not wearing seat belts.
More than 12,000 law enforcement agencies are participating in the stepped up enforcement of seat belt laws.
In the campaign that runs from Monday through Dec. 1, officers will set up checkpoints, increase highway patrols and ticket drivers who do not buckle up or properly restrain children.
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