Most states require, at a minimum, that all front seat passengers be wearing seat belts.
In most states all front seat passengers are required to wear the safety belts.In most states all front seat passengers are required to wear the safety belts.
No-one is required to wear a seat, you are required to SIT in the seat, and wear a seat BELT.Everyone is required to wear a seat/shoulder belt.
The 1965 came with lap belts for the front seat only. This was a new law for 1965 and only required front belts.
Yes they are but only in the front seats, not in the back.
It is unlawful to change factory installed belts for belts not meeting the same standards. If the vehicle was originally equiped with lap belts, lap belts are all that is required. If the vehicle was equipped with lap and shoulder, then lap and shoulder are required.
First of all, people riding in the front, as well as the back seat are required to wear seat belts. It's against the law in most states for a child to sit in the front seat of a car that has front air bags. Only children taller than 4'9' in height, and/or the age of twelve should ride in the front seat of a vehicle.
No special law exists to children riding in the front seat. Texas requires all children under 8 years of age or under 4'9" to ride in child safety seats. Texas law requires front seat occupants drivers and passengers to be in seat belts.
Yes, the 68 VW came with seat belts for both front and back sets. The front seats for the Beetle were 3 point retractable seat belts and lap belts in the rear.
Yes. The only autos not coverd under the seat belt laws are the ones built so long ago that they were not installed at the factory. yes you need seat belts in the jeep however Because of the year of your vehicle you are only required to have what would have normally been installed by the factory in 1973 which would have been the front seat and rear seat single Lap belts. The 3 point shoulder belts that are used today were not required in US vehicles until Feb 1974 so there were many pre 1974 model vehicles with just lap belts and no shoulder belts...
I have a 2002 Chev S10 and two grandchildren so far, of which the oldest is 3. Of course the car seat belts into the passenger seat -front.