New York State Police are launching a traffic safety campaign aimed at minimizing crashes involving teen drivers.
"The Empty Chair" driving safety campaign starts Monday and runs through Friday. The empty chair symbolizes the missing high school senior on graduation day.
The campaign will target specific laws regarding speeding in school zones, seat belt use and child restraints, cellphone use, and underage drinking and impaired driving.
Troopers will be using both marked State Police vehicles and unmarked cars.