Family is telling story of how daughter died in 2017 while taking a selfie in a car:
Last year, 982 people died in crashes on Texas roads because they were not wearing their seatbelts.
That's an increase from the previous year.
For this year's campaign, TX-DOT is sharing the story of the Mills family from Spring, Texas.
The state agency unveiled a sculpture modeled after the crash that killed their daughter Kailee Mills in October 2017.
It shows the car in mid-air just before impact.
Kailee had taken off her seat-belt to take a selfie in the backseat and then the driver lost control of the car.
The 16-year-old was thrown from the car and died.
David and Wendy Mills are now sharing how much Kailee's death has affected them.