COMMUNICATIONS INITIATIVES FOR CIOT – TEEN MOBILIZATION

COMMUNICATIONS INITIATIVES FOR CIOT – TEEN MOBILIZATION


Seat Belt PA Announcements for Schools

PA Announcement - Secondary

Did you know motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States - ahead of all other types of injury, disease, or violence? Next time you get behind the wheel, take a few seconds and buckle up. It’s the single most important thing you can do to protect yourself, and your passengers, from being injured or killed in a crash. And, if you or your passengers are under 18, you can get pulled over and ticketed for not wearing a seat belt.

It’s simple – law enforcement will be writing tickets to save lives. “Click It or Ticket”.

PA Announcement – Secondary with Enforcement

The Waynesboro Police Department will focus increased enforcement activities in the areas surrounding our local schools during the week of October 19, 2020 making sure you’re wearing your seat belt. Driving comes with great responsibility. You are not only responsible for yourself, but also for making sure passengers in your vehicle are buckled up, too. Our state law allows anyone under 18 to be pulled over and ticketed for not wearing a seat belt.

So, buckle up, law enforcement will be writing tickets to save lives. “Click It or Ticket”.

PA System Announcement – Elementary

Seat belts save lives and now it’s the law. So, you must wear your seat belt and tell your friends and family to buckle up too!

Social Media Posts

Crashes happen within 25 miles of the home. Get the facts at PennDot.gov/Safety and spread the word to Just Buckle Up!

Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens (15-18 years old) in the United States. Some key contributors to crashes involving teen drivers in Pennsylvania include driver inexperience, driver distractions, driving too fast for conditions and improper or careless turning. PennDOT offers numerous resources for young drivers, as well as parents and guardians, to help keep everyone safe on the road during this time. Learn more at PennDOT.gov/Safety.

PennDOT Hashtag Guide

SEAT BELTS

#BuckleUp #SeatBeltSafety

#ClickItOrTicket