Law officers say buckle up and stay safe for Memorial Day weekend

Law enforcement officers want you to have fun over Memorial Day weekend in Door and Kewaunee counties. They also want you to stay safe.  So, the Door and Kewaunee County Sheriff's Departments want visitors to remember that seat belt use is mandatory.  Door County Chief Deputy Patrick McCarty urges all drivers to ensure they're following the rules and recommendations for the road.


The Click it or Ticket campaign is a statewide effort to ensure drivers are using seat belts and other restraints.  The fine for failure to use seatbelts is $10.  Failure to use child restraints can result in fines ranging from $10 up to $75 depending on a child's age.

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