MONCTON, N.B. — Fall driver safety programs continue in New Brunswick with the RCMP’s Operation Impact focusing on improving safety on the roads through education and enforcement.
Police in New Brunswick will be out in force along the province’s highways on Saturday checking for seat belt violations and impaired drivers as part of a national safe driving program.
Police will conduct mobile patrols as well as random checks over a 24-hour period verifying car registration, inspection and licences as well as seat belt and liquor infractions.
Drivers and passengers were not wearing seatbelts in 20 per cent of the vehicles checked during the four safety blitzes held this summer in the province.
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