CHP stops vehicle going 126 mph, with passengers not wearing seatbelts

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It’s dangerous enough to ride in a vehicle without your seat belt fastened, but it’s especially dangerous when that vehicle is going 126 mph.

That’s what the CHP Buttonwillow office reports happened on Interstate 5, just north of Highway 58 on Sunday morning.

An officer stopped the vehicle just before 7 a.m. CHP said the driver was wearing a seatbelt but two inside the car were not.

The CHP says any speeding ticket over 100 mph can cost you up to $2,000 in a fine, get your license suspended and add two points to your record.

Seat belt tickets can set back offenders between $150 and $200.

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