People caught without seatbelts face £500 fine as Cambs Police launch month-long enforcement campaign

12:44 28 August 2014

Seatbelt.

Seatbelt.

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Police are asking members of the public to make sure they “belt up” as part of a month long enforcement campaign.

Throughout September Cambs Police will be targeting those who don’t wear seatbelts when travelling on the county’s roads and raising awareness of the dangers of not belting up.

Those caught not using the life-saving device can be fined up to £500.

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