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Route 66 (the historic "Mother Road")
The Route 66 enforcement effort began in 2010 with a handful of law enforcement agencies in central Oklahoma, and the campaign quickly expanded to include law enforcement agencies in all eight states along the famed "Mother Road."
The 24-hour "Get your 'Clicks' on Route 66" mobilization now takes place four times a year, on the first Friday of February, May, August and November.
Law enforcement agencies along the Route 66 corridor in Oklahoma are encouraged to participate if at all possible. Occupant protection enforcement helps to save lives along this historic highway.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about 13,000 lives are saved across the country every year by seat belts and child restraints, and motorists are 75 percent less likely to be killed in rollover crashes if they are buckled up.
Questions can be directed to:
Lt. Ben Crockett #176 Oklahoma Highway Patrol Occupant Protection Coordinator OHSO: 405.523.1570 PAD: 405.425.7706 Mobile: 405.246.8932