AST, via a press release, is asking citizens to please keep the roadways safe by not driving impaired. Additionally, don’t hesitate to make a Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately report any time of the year by calling 911. Troopers also made 54 arrests for drunk driving, and 13 drivers were charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers say they issued over 1,600 tickets during a recent “Click it or Ticket” campaign, which ran from May 14 to June 3. According to Troopers, 148 of those citations to drivers not wearing seatbelts or not using a proper restraint. Seventy-eight damage only crashes, 10 injury crashes and zero fatal collision were investigated by troopers during that two-week period. The annual Memorial Day Weekend Click It or Ticket High Visibility Enforcement Effort is conducted by the Alaska State Troopers and Alaska Wildlife Troopers. The main focus of the National Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign is to save lives. AST hopes motorists drive safely throughout the High Visibility Enforcement campaign and the rest of the summer.