Click that seat belt, or face the possibility of receiving a fine. Area officials will be increasing seat belt enforcement efforts over the next couple of weeks during the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning’s Click it or Ticket campaign that runs now through June 2. Officials are focusing on individual communities, setting up signs that indicate a seat belt enforcement zone. St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon says, “this is an education tool,” (we) “aren’t trying to surprise or catch people off guard.” Enforcement zones are clearly marked and staffed. The campaign is funded through a federal grant by the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning. Last year’s statewide campaign saw over 8,100 citations issued for seat belt infractions and over 200 citations for improper child restraints. Citations for not wearing a seat belt or for improper use of a seat belt usually include a $65 fine. According to the CDC Seat belts reduce serious crash-related injuries and deaths by about 50%.