Effective Monday, county and State Police on Long Island are joining law enforcement agencies across the country in cracking down on drivers who don't buckle up and don't have their young passengers properly restrained.
The Buckle Up New York campaign is being coordinated in conjunction with the governor's Traffic Safety Committee.
Suffolk police are promising "numerous checkpoints...
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