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Is a seatbelt ticket a moving violation in Indiana?


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2008-07-22 21:30:36
2008-07-22 21:30:36

According to auto insurance coverage in Indiana, it is counted as a moving violation. Getting a seat belt violation will increase your auto insurance.


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is a seat belt ticket a moving violation

Yes, the officer only has to see you in the vehicle, while it is moving, without your seatbelt on to issue you a ticket for it.

It depends. Were you MOVING when you were stopped? Generally, a MOVING violation means the car was in motion when the violation was noted and/or recorded. In California, of course, they could decide that having your car in a garage is a moving violation. Ask the guy who wrote the ticket. I don't think most cops will come up to a car that's not moving and say "Hey, jerk, fasten that seatbelt..." - He'd just wait until you started to drive away and then nail you.

Unfortunately, this is a no win situation. No seat belt is a non-moving violation (no points), so pay the ticket and get it over with.

A speeding ticket IS a moving violation.

There is no statute of limitations for a seatbelt ticket. You have been duly informed of the violation, so you won't be surprised about it.

There will be no limitation in Nevada for a seatbelt ticket. An issued ticket serves as notification of the violation. So the normal statute of limitations will not apply.

No. A moving violation applies specifically to the driver of a vehicle.

Seatbelt tickets are generally not moving violations, and therefore do not generate points against her drivers license.

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I got this ticket and it is a moving violation. How dump it is.

It's considered a moving violation.

I received a moving violation ticket in New York. Will there be points added to my Massachusetts license for this violation?

In Indiana there is no statute of limitations associated with tickets. A traffic ticket serves as proper notice of the violation.

Typically no. All moving violations that I am aware of have points attached to them, where non-moving violations do not. If you run a stop sign, that's a moving violation and you will receive points. If you get a ticket for over due inspection, that is a non-moving violation and there are no points given.

YES.....the carpool ticket is considered a regular moving violation like a speeding ticket of any other moving violation.

In Indiana, traffic tickets do not have a statute of limitations. You have been informed of the violation and penalty.

No. Your moving violation CAN be changed to a non-moving violation ONLY by the judge that you see when you go to court for that violation BEFORE payment. By paying your ticket, you are basically pleading guilty and waiving your right to a trial.

Texas Insurers are allowed to access points and premium surcharges for seatbelt violations. Some Will do so, However, Most Insurers operating in Texas will not apply the surcharge for a seatbelt violation.

In the state of New Jersey, the fine for failure to wear a seat belt is $44. Since it is not a moving violation, there are no points added to your drivers license.

No, a window tint ticket is considered an equipment violation, not a moving violation, so it should not effect your insurance rate.

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