the driver of the vehicle is responsible.
In the UK, all drivers and passengers, no matter whether babies or older, or adults, must use seatbelts.
The operator of the vehicle is responsible for any actions within the vehicle while it is under his/her control; so, yes, indeed.In the UK it is the passengers resposibility except when under 13 years of age
In the UK the driver is responsible if the person is under 13 years of age.
About a billion a year.
yes you can
Catherine Wearing was born on January 8, 1966, in England, UK.
London Heathrow, the busiest in the world by international passengers
Titanic boarded passengers in several places. First was Southampton, UK, then was Cherbourg, France, and finally Queenstown, Ireland.
Titanic was moored at Southampton, UK, for seven days. In that week, the crew boarded and many of the passengers boarded.
Benjamin Michael Wearing was born on December 28, 1989, in England, UK.
To carry passengers and goods between the UK and mainland Europe
The conductor takes tickets and interacts with the passengers. The driver is the engineer. In the UK the driver is called the driver with the guard in the body of the train responsible for its safe running. If there is no separate ticket collector he/she may do this but only as a secondary function.
The Organisation is called "UK Sport"
Southampton, UK; Cherbourg, France; and then Queenstown, Ireland.
Bank of England - which is responsible for all of the UK, not just England.
By passengers, London Victoria. By floor area, Edinburgh Waverley.
Titanic left Belfast but started sailing with passengers when she left Southampton, UK.
in Ireland and UK you can as long as you have a fully qualified driver beside you
There is an air service operated by the UK Ministry of Defence. Although primarily intended to support UK armed forces, spare capacity is offered to the islanders and other passengers at commercial rates
OSHA is a US agency and has no authority in the UK. The Health and Safety Executive is the agency in the UK that performs similar functions.
Your estate is responsible for paying your debts.
Yes, you must have at least one passenger who:is over the age of 21,AND who has a full, UK driving licence.
This depends on your country/state. Without that information, this question cannot be properly answered. In the UK, you could be fined between Â£60-Â£200. Repeat offences will earn you three points on your license. In Texas, USA, you could be fined $150-$300. In Washington USA you can be fined $90-$125 In Australia you can be fined $300-$500. In France you can be fined â‚¬100-â‚¬200 Re-ask the question giving a specific country and state. As the driver, it is your responsibility to make sure passengers are wearing seatbelts before you drive.