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Evaluation of the May 2005 click it or ticket mobilization to increase seat belt use

Evaluation of the May 2005 click it or ticket mobilization to increase seat belt use

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Published by U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Automobiles -- United States -- Seat belts.,
  • Motor vehicles -- United States -- Seat belts.,
  • Motor vehicle drivers -- United States.,
  • Mass media in traffic safety -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNHTSA ; [authors, Mark G. Solomon ... et al.].
    ContributionsSolomon, M. G., United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE5620.S34 E93 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16521017M
    LC Control Number2007473669

    STATEWIDE — From May 23 to June 5, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) combined efforts with the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) and local law agencies for the May Mobilization Click It or Ticket enforcement period. The campaign resulted in 5, seat belt citations, which included citations for unrestrained or improperly restrained children under . Nationally, nearly one in five Americans (19%) fail to regularly wear a seat belt when driving or riding in a motor vehicle according to NHTSA’s observational seat belt studies. Stepped-up law enforcement activities will be conducted during the national “Click It or Ticket” enforcement mobilization, which runs May June 3.


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Evaluation of the May 2005 click it or ticket mobilization to increase seat belt use Download PDF EPUB FB2

This report presents the results from the May National Click It or Ticket Mobilization to increase seat belt use. Approximately $33 million was spent on advertising high-visibility enforcement messages nationwide during the Click It or Ticket mobilization.

Law enforcement across the Nation issued more thanseat belt tickets during a two-week enforcement. Evaluation of the May Click It or Ticket Mobilization to Increase Seat Belt Use The U.S.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released a report that explores NHTSA’s Click It or Ticket high-visibility seat belt enforcement mobilization in May Additional Physical Format: Print version: Evaluation of the May click it or ticket mobilization to increase seat belt use.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Click It or Ticket (CIOT) is an intense, short-duration, seat belt publicity and enforcement program. The CIOT The CIOT May Mobilization involved approximately $33 million of purchased media.

December Evaluation of the “Click It or Ticket” Campaign During the April through June Mobilization in Illinois For more information please contact: Illinois Department of Transportation Division of Traffic Safety Evaluation Unit Executive Park Drive P.O.

Box Springfield, Illinois () or TTY () Evaluation of the Thanksgiving “Click It or Ticket” Campaign in Illinois November 7 – Decem For more information please contact: Illinois Department of Transportation. Division of Traffic Safety. Evaluation Unit.

Executive Park Drive. P.O. Box Springfield, Illinois () or. TTY () May "Click It or Ticket" Seat Belt Mobilization Evaluation: Final Report "Click It or Ticket" (CIOT) mobilizations are intense, short-duration, seat belt publicity and enforcement programs. The national mobilization involved approximately $27 Cited by: 5.

Because over 30 states currently use the Click It or Ticket slogan, these national mobilizations are often referred to as Click It or Ticket campaigns.

In Maythe seat belt mobilization included a two-week high-visibility enforcement blitz. This fact sheet summarizes an evaluation of the May Click It or Ticket campaign. Click it or ticket Strategies used to encourage seat belt use vary from incentives for safe driving to -mandatory-use policies and fines for failure to buckle up.

_____________, an annual -nationwide, high-visibility seat belt enforcement program, is an example of the latter. The Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement programs conducted between and were an important factor in increasing seat belt use nationwide and in virtually all States.

This was the case for observed belt use, belt use in fatalities, and self-reported seat belt use. As enforcement programs continued across the country and.

Evaluation of the Click It or Ticket Campaign. Sincethe May Click It or Ticket (CIOT) Mobilization — an intense, short-duration seat belt publicity and enforcement program — has raised seat belt use rates more substantially and more quickly than any other program.

Evidence: May Click It or Ticket Safety Belt Mobilization Evaluation; Evaluation of the May Mobilization: Programs to Increase Safety Belt Use; Internal NHTSA reports on the Click It or Ticket mobilizations,and ; GTS (dates for advice of funds and distribution of funds); Exhibit YES: 20%: Evaluation of the May Click It or Ticket Mobilization (Fact Sheet) Product ID: This report presents the results from the May National Click It or Ticket Mobilization to increase seat belt use.

Click It or Ticket Evaluation, Evaluation of Teen Seat Belt Demonstration Projects in Colorado and Nevada Click It or Ticket Seat Belt Mobilization Evaluation Reports () Analyzing the First Years of the Click It or Ticket Mobilizations A Study Of Nighttime Safety Belt Use In Indiana Effectiveness of the May Rural.

Nichols, J. L., Ledingham, K. A., and Preusser, D. Effectiveness of the May Rural Demonstration Program and the Click It or Ticket Mobilization in the Great Lakes Region. Report DOT-HS compared with Juneindicated increased seat belt use among front-seat occupants of passenger vehicles in 37 of 50 States and Territories where belt use was known.

The number of States reporting increases in statewide seat belt use and the amount of increase has been shrinking each succeeding year since national mobilizations began in Like every May mobilization sincethe mobilization increased motorists’ awareness of CIOT and enforcement.

The result was improved seat belt use in the majority of States, indicated by comparing statewide seat belt use surveys conducted in with surveys conducted during the same time period in Effectiveness of the May Rural Demonstration Program and the Click It or Ticket Mobilization in the Great Lakes Region: First Year Results REPORT DATE April REPORT AUTHOR(S) J.L.

Nichols, K. Ledingham, and D.F. Preusser Program Prior to the May Click It or Ticket (CIOT) mobilization, the six States in the. An observational study of nighttime safety belt use, utilizing specialized night vision equipment, was conducted in Indiana surrounding the Click It or Ticket safety belt mobilization.

All drivers and front-seat passengers were observed for safety belt use and categorized by vehicle type, vehicle use, gender, age and race. Prior to the enforcement campaign, statewide safety belt use was percent and the use rate increased to percent following the enforcement and public awareness campaign.

Although the Click It or Ticket. Click it or Ticket (CIOT) is an intense, short duration, seat belt high visibility publicity and enforcement program. The CIOT May Mobilization involved approximately $32 million dollars of purchased media. The first nationwide seat belt mobilization was implemented in The goal of Operation Buckle Down was to reach 70% belt use by The following year, North Carolina implemented the first statewide CIOT program.

It was a highly structured and periodic, high-visibility enforcement (HVE) effort involving earned and paid media and intensified.

The excerpt from Click It or Ticket Mobilization Media Campaign that best achieves the purpose of informing people that seat belt laws are enforced nationwide is: "People who live in rural areas might believe that the close-knit neture of their small town will get them out of a ticket.

Law enforcement agencies across the Nation reported issuing more thanseat belt use citations during the annual two-week enforcement period beginning on May 23rd. June observations, as compared with Juneindicated increased seat belt use among front-seat occupants of passenger vehicles in 35 of 47 States and by: 1.

a seat belt citation and having to pay the resulting fines can convince people to buckle up. Indeed, previous implementations of this program have been shown to increase statewide seat belt use (Solomon, Chaudhary, & Cosgrove, ; Solomon, Ulmer, & Preusser, ).

The Click It or Ticket National Mobilization continued totarget. Effectiveness of the May Rural Demonstration Program and the Click It or Ticket Mobilization (R Product ID: Just prior to the May Click It or Ticket mobilization, NHTSA's Great Lakes Region implemented a Rural Demonstration Program (RDP) to increase seat belt use in rural areas.

Methods. An observational study of nighttime safety belt use, utilizing specialized night vision equipment, was conducted in Indiana surrounding the Click It or Ticket safety belt mobilization activities. A pre- and a post-mobilization statewide direct observation survey was conducted at night coinciding with daytime safety belt use data collection conducted by the Cited by: Analyzing seat belt usage from These findings are discussed along with the possible policy implications of transitioning Ohio to a primary seat belt law State to increase compliance.

Keywords Seat Tison, J, Chaudhary, NK () Evaluation of the May Click It or Ticket Mobilization (DOT HS ). Washington, DC: National Cited by: 2. Which excerpt from the Click It or Ticket Mobilization Media Campaign best expresses that seat belts greatly improve safety.

A)In3, additional lives could have been saved if all unrestrained passenger vehicle occupants 5 and older involved in fatal crashes had worn their seat.

cial efforts by police to ticket drivers for not using their seat belts increased dramatically, from under 17% before to 51% after the mobilization. Most respondents indicated they had heard about special efforts from the television first, and then radio.

Support for belt use lawsand enforcement of remained high. The Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement programs conducted between and were an important factor in increasing seat belt use nationwide and in virtually all States.

This was the case for observed belt use, belt use in fatalities, and self-reported seat belt by: 9. Click It or Ticket is a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration campaign aimed at increasing the use of seat belts among young people in the United campaign relies heavily on targeted advertising aimed at teens and young adults.

The Click It or Ticket campaign has existed at state level for many years. InGovernor Jim Hunt launched the campaign. Vasudevan et al. assessed the effects of media and a “seat belt” law enforcement campaign in the state of NV, USA, on increasing the seat belt usage rates.

The campaign, Click it or Ticket, was conducted during the month of May over 3 years (–).Cited by: An Evaluation of the “Click It or Ticket” Safety Belt Mobilization in Florida 6.

Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) Vivoda, J.M., St. Louis, R.M., Eby, D.W., and Kostyniuk, L.P. Performing Organization Report No. UMTRI 9. Performing Organization Name and Address Work Unit no. (TRAIS) The University of MichiganCited by: 2. Every time you get in a vehicle, no matter where you are sitting, buckle up.

That click reduces your risk of being injured or killed in a crash by almost 50 percent. The Florida Highway Patrol and law enforcement across the state participate in the national enforcement campaign, “Click it or Ticket,” to encourage safety belt use.

Some studies have found that driver’s safety restraint use is a predictor of passenger safety belt use [Agran, Anderson, and Winn, ; Nambisan and Vasudevan, ]. Given the low seat belt use and high-risk behaviors of unlicensed drivers, passengers of unlicensed drivers may also have low seat belt by: 5.

Nashville, TN – Motorists who refuse to wear their seat belts – Beware. The Tennessee Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization kicks off May 11th to help save lives by cracking down on those who don’t buckle up.

It will kick off nationally on Click It or Ticket (CIOT) is a high-visibility enforcementprogram to increase seat belt use. Click It or Ticket wasadopted as a national program in and is creditedwith steady increases in seat belt use across theseat belt use ra.

drivers, this report evaluates the impact the “Click It or Ticket” campaign (a nationally recognized high visibility and massive effort to detect violators of safety belt laws) on safety belt usage and issues during the May mobilization in Illinois.

Safety Administration™s (NHTSA) Progress in Implementing Strategies to Increase the Use of Seat Belts. We initiated this audit at the request of the Senate seat belt use is the Click It or Ticket program. This high visibility seat belt (FY) An evaluation of NHTSA™s May mobilization efforts is underway, but NHTSA states.

Scanned by Ecompex on April 13 Click It or Ticket (CIOT) is a high-visibility enforcementprogram to increase seat belt use. Click It or Ticket wasadopted as a national program in and is creditedwith steady increases in seat belt use across t.

We want everyone to have a safe summer, but it requires an important step on the part of motorists: clicking that seat belt.” This year’s Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization runs from May 20 through June 2, but officers are out enforcing seat belt laws year-round.Seat Belts Save Lives Seat belts save lives and NHTSA provides national leadership in planning and developing traffic injury control safety programs in the areas of seat belts, child car seat use, and automatic occupant protection systems (e.g., air bags).