Don't allow someone to remove your valuables from the
inside of your vehicle.
Please consider the following tips to prevent you from
becoming a victim.
Always lock your doors and roll up your windows.
Never leave valuable items in your vehicle.
Store packages in the trunk of your vehicle while
Remove your telephone, iPod, purse, briefcase,
backpack, cash and even loose change each time you leave your vehicle.
Park in well lit areas at night.
Park your car in the driveway rather than the
Consider a car alarm for added protection.
Call 911 if you see any suspicious activity.
Encourage your family, friends and
co-workers to keep valuables out of their vehicles at home, at work
or while running errands.
For additional transportation safety
tips, please review the following information:
Arkansas law enforcement officers know first-hand
the benefits of the seat belt law. More and more adults and children
are surviving crashes with less serious injuries or none at all. Seat
belts and safety seats are the reason why.
All drivers and passengers,
in the rear seats as well as in the front seat, ages 16 and older must
wear their seat belts. Arkansas’ law requires children ages 5
& under who weigh less than 60 pounds to be secured in a child passenger
safety seat. www.buckleupamerica.org
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