Seatbelt use in Rutherford County is high, compared to others areas across the country...
Six people were not wearing seat belts when they were killed in traffic crashes this year in Rutherford County, a sheriff's corporal said.
A bill to require Tennessee school buses to be fitted with seat belts by July 2023 is advancing in the House.
Another safety belt checkpoint is being planned for Murfreesboro this March...
About 50 percent of drivers killed in Tennessee traffic fatalities failed to wear their seatbelts, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office reported.
A safety belt checkpoint will take place in Murfreesboro this Friday.
A safety belt checkpoint will take place on Friday after nightfall in Rutherford County...
Planning for a July 4th party? Make sure you buckle on the way to and from your event. The Tennessee Highway Patrol will hold a seat belt checkpoint in Murfreesboro...
The Highway Patrol has two upcoming checkpoints this Friday (April 8th) in Rutherford County.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol has announced an upcoming seat belt checkpoint scheduled to take place this Friday in Murfreesboro...
About 50 percent of the people killed in traffic crashes in Tennessee are not wearing their seat belts, the Governor's Highway Safety Office reported.
A safety belt checkpoint will take place in Murfreesboro on Friday evening (1/8/16) on Highway 99.
Tennessee authorities announced Monday the fines for seat belt violations will more than double beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is planning a checkpoint this Friday...
The Governor's Highway Safety Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol have announced a decrease in seat belt use...
15 of the 26 people who lost their lives from vehicle crashes were not wearing seat belts last year in Rutherford County, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.
The Murfreesboro Police Department has joined over 150 Tennessee police departments and the Governor's Highway Safety Office in an effort to make Murfreesboro roads safer through a campaign designed to increase seat belt usage.
On Friday, just as night falls, the Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a safety belt checkpoint in Murfreesboro.
For the first time in years, the penalty for not wearing your seat belt in Tennessee is set to increase.
UPDATE: Due to the high number of fatal accidents on 231 South over the 2014 year, law enforcement departments serving Rutherford County have received additional funding for more sobriety checkpoints.
An upcoming Tennessee Highway Patrol safety belt checkpoint has been planned for Murfreesboro.
MURFREESBORO - The Murfreesboro Police Department is joining over 150 Tennessee police departments and the Governor’s Highway Safety Office in an effort to make Murfreesboro roads safer through a campaign designed to increase seat belt usage.
The Governor’s Highway Safety Office (GHSO) has launched a new highway safety campaign aimed at increasing seat belt usage across the state.
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