KHNL - As a friendly reminder: buckle those seat belts.
As part of the "Click It or Ticket" campaign, the Honolulu Police Department will conduct checkpoints starting Monday, and it will run through June 3.
Police state-wide will cite those not wearing their seat belts in an effort to protect motorists and passengers in the event of an auto accident. Hawaii's seatbelt law requires all front seat occupants to buckle up, as well as backseat passengers under 18.
Those caught violating the law will receive a $92 fine.