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Passengers and seat belts

Do people who ride in the back seat of my car need to have safety belts on?


Yes, regardless of state regulations, all passengers should be properly restrained in the vehicle. If there is a crash, unrestrained passengers are at a greater risk of injury and pose a serious threat to others in the car.

Category: older driver safety, operation and maintenance

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