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Drivers in Burnaby, British Columbia, should make sure they are buckled up the next time a "squeegee kid" approaches offering to wash their windshield. Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the Vancouver suburb have been posing as the car window washers at major intersections in a bid to catch people who are breaking the law by not wearing seat belts when they drive. In a four-hour period this week, officers issued 90 tickets. "It's been very successful," Constable Phil Reid said on Thursday. The undercover officer washing the window looks inside the car to see if the seat belts are properly attached. If not, they give a quiet signal, and the car is stopped again by a uniformed officer a short distance down the road. "If you're lucky, you just get your windshield cleaned." Reid said.

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