Washington State Patrol is reminding people to always wear their seatbelts when on the road.
Patrols in Kittitas, Douglas, Grant and other counties increased patrols during the month of March and handed out 220 tickets to those not wearing their seatbelts.
Troopers also say there were no fatal accidents involving unrestrained motorists.
Those who are caught not wearing a seatbelt can be tagged with a $124 ticket.
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