By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford and Franklin Police Departments are among almost 160-police departments across the state, taking part in this month's ”Click-It or Ticket” campaign promoting seat belt use through increased traffic enforcement. Milford Police Lieutenant James Falvey says enforcing the seat belt law means more people buckling up. Massachusetts has one of the lowest seat belt use rates in the country at 74-percent which is well below the national average of 90-percent. In 2016, 59-percent of the 242-people killed on Massachusetts roads were not wearing a seat belt. During the month of May Milford and Franklin Police will conduct high-visibility mobilization with Franklin Police Chief Thomas Lynch saying they’d rather give a motorist a warning or citation instead of telling their family they were killed or hurt in an accident because they weren’t wearing a seat belt.