The numbers are out from a seatbelt campaign held by the Ontario Provincial Police in Northwestern Ontario over the Easter long weekend, and they show some still ignore the rules.
1098 offences were racked up by motorists over the 4 day enforcement blitz.
120 charges were handed out against both drivers AND passengers who failed to buckle up, additionally aggressive drivers were noted to pose a threat on the roads, with 616 speeding charges plus OPP handed out one stunt driving charge.
8 drivers were found to be impaired behind the wheel and a further 14 were hit with distracted driving charges.
The numbers here are just a fraction of what officers across the province saw, with the total number of offences topping out at 10,323.
As well three people were killed in Ontario in motor vehicle collisions, and one was killed in a snowmobile incident.