Police in Delaware have cited more than 200 people in the first days of a speed enforcement blitz.
The annual Stop Aggressive Driving campaign began last Wednesday and continues through the month of April.
State troopers cited 13 drivers for seat belt violations and one driver for a child restraint violation, and issued 46 tickets for other traffic offenses.
Office of Highway Safety spokeswoman Andrea Summers says troopers will be conducting speed enforcement patrols throughout the state this month.
Drivers ticketed for going 10 mph over the speed limit will get four points on their licenses and be fined more than $77 after court costs are assessed.
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