Easter Weekend is notorious for fatalities and injuries on Irish roads
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is calling on motorists to take extra care this bank holiday weekend.
64 people were killed - or seriously injured - over the Easter period between 2009 and 2015.
Figures for last year show one in four drivers - who lost their lives - were not wearing their seat-belt at the time of the collision.
The Chief Executive of the RSA, Moyagh Murdock, told Lunchtime that Gardai are urging drivers and passengers to ensure they wear their seat-belts.