The monster trucks stay on the track at the Allen County fairgrounds, but even though Bigfoot and the others aren't on the
road, their drivers are still buckling up.
Race officials, law
enforcement officers, and first responders coming together at the Four Wheel Jamboree to raise awareness for seat belt use. The event is
serving as Allen County's kickoff to the Click It or Ticket
Evelyn Smith of the Safe Community Coalition says surveys from
this area show, one in five people still don't routinely wear a seat
belt. And the group most likely to skip the seat belt, young men.
Between May 20th and June 3rd, law enforcement officers will adopt a
zero tolerance policy concerning those who choose not to buckle up.