Coupons for chicken and the chance to win $45 are two ways the Department of Public Safety is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Click It or Ticket campaign.
Troopers began giving away Chick-fil-A coupons Monday to drivers and their passengers who were wearing seat belts when they are stopped for another violation. The coupon giveaway will run through June 6.
DPS says seat-belt use has increased from 67.4 percent to 86 .1 percent in Utah in the past decade. That translates to about 500,000 additional motorists, a news release said.
To reach another 300,000 motorists who still don't buckle up, according to DPS, people can go on the social networking website Facebook to take a quiz and pledge to wear their seat belts for a chance to win $45 -- the fine motorists face for not wearing a seat belt.
The campaigns were announced Monday at a news conference at Sandy City Hall.