Officers say their goal is 100 percent compliance for drivers and passengers on seat belt use.
The Thomasville Police Department says there is zero tolerance for not wearing a seat belt. If you get pulled over and you're not buckled up, you'll pay the price.
CAPT Mark Scott with the Thomasville Police Department said, "Statistics are just undeniable that seat belt use saves lives. The roads are going to be clogged with people trying to get to family events and it's just imperative that people take a few seconds and buckle that belt."
Police officers say the amount a person is ticketed varies by jurisdiction.
In Thomasville, not buckling up will cost a person $65.
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