The 2020 Click or Ticket Campaign is underway across West Virginia and is aimed at improving highway safety during the holiday travel period. Typically the campaign, which aims to raise awareness of seat belt and child safety seat use, is set in the month of May, but this year was delayed due to COVID-19.
Officers are patrolling with a sharp eye out for seat belt use and that of child restrains in all vehicles on West Virginia roadways. If you get pulled over, don’t expect to get off with a warning.
Representatives are saying, it’s a zero tolerance policy because it’s a high visibility enforcement period and there are officers all across the state enforcing the law.
West Virginia has a primary seat belt law. The designation means you can actually be pulled over for failing to buckle up.