MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Drivers in Mobile should be compliant with laws at all times while driving, but Tuesday and Thursday, police are offering an incentive to those who are: no tickets.
Mobile Police Department said they will conduct traffic checkpoints throughout the area on Feb. 26 and 28.
MPD says the checkpoints will be set up "to ensure citizen safety and that motorists are complying with state and local traffic laws."
At the checkpoints, police will check seatbelts, child restraints and other safety features and also ensure drivers are carrying registration, proof of insurance and driver's licenses.
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