Police say hundreds of people are risking their lives, and breaking the law, by not wearing a seatbelt.
During a two week campaign nearly two thousand people, across Wales, were stopped by officers for failing to buckle up - with some motorists receiving a fine.
The figure was slightly down on last year, but only by about 200 people showing, as the police say, that the level of non-compliance is "still high."
- 563 in north Wales
- 230 in south Wales
- 843 in the Dyfed Powys area
- 281 in the Gwent area
It is estimated that more than 1,000 lives are saved every year in the UK as a direct result of wearing a seatbelt.
Fines can range from £60 up to £500.