The Orange County Schools are cracking down on teenage drivers and passengers who aren't buckled up. Starting in October, campus officers at the two Hillsborough high schools will check twice a month for students not wearing seat belts. Passengers, even those in the back seat, will have to arrive on campus buckled up.
Students will be given a written warning after the first violation, but parking privileges will be stripped for one week after the second one. Repeat offenders can lose parking for the school year.