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Drivers are responsible for all unbuckled passengers

6:46 PM, Mar. 5, 2013
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Like an airline pilot, all drivers must ensure that all passengers are buckled up before departing for their destination whether they're traveling just down the road or across the state.

In fact, drivers may be charged with a safety belt violation for each unbuckled passenger.

If a child is unrestrained in a vehicle, the cost to the driver will increase significantly. A violation of child safety restraint requirements costs from $150 to $263, depending on the age of the child and the number of offenses within a three-year period. ...

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