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How does driving without a seatbelt effect your insurance in GA?

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2009-06-01 22:47:37
2009-06-01 22:47:37

Seat belt law is nation wide and In my state it works as no seat belt on when not driving only the passenger it is $80.00 and this mark is added to your drivers lice. should you own a car and get this ticket you get not only the fine for not having it on you now also get insurance increase. You have a higher payment now then you did before. It is the same no matter what kind of ticket you get, you get a insurance increase

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