since you were the one driving the car you were responsible for the safety of all passengers in the car. so by law you get the ticket for him not wearing his seatbelt.
In most cases both the driver and the passenger can be cited. The logic is that the passenger has a responsibility to wear a seatbelt and the driver has a responsibility to be sure that they do.
Answer The truth of the matter is that driving without a seatbelt can get you killed much faster than driving with one properly attached.
I have a class A license and got a seatbelt ticket in ca is it a point on my driving record?
Depends on where you live.
Ware a seatbelt
That will depend on local laws.
If you must use your own vehicle for a driving test, it must pass certain standards. The vehicle must have all working lights and flashes, be insured and plated, and yes, it must have a seatbelt because using a seatbelt is mandated by law.
the driver because that is the one who is driving
Please contact an attorney ASAP.
it's for not having a seatbelt on while driving
"How long do seatbelt tickets stay on your driving record?" In many states a seatbelt violation is considered a non-moving violation and is not entered on your record. If it is entered it stays on for three years. Your DMV can tell you the policy in your home state. lwpat http://www.speedingticketcentral.com
A seatbelt violation will not increase your insurance very much or at all. They will not increase it until the policy is renewed as that is when they pull the driving record again.
fasten your seatbelt
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Chainsaws, Alarms and car alarms when you are driving without seatbelt.
$150 for driver not wearing a safety belt
I guess she tries to collect from the drunk's insurance or sues the drunk and or the boyfriend. If the drunk has no insurance or money, or the boyfriend has no money I think you have your answer. If she has her own medical insurance, she could probably use that.
Go to Wal-mart and buy a seatbelt pad. They velcro on, are padded , and can slide up/down to fit exactly on the shoulder of whoever is driving. Trust me well worth the trip.
yes. just as long as they aren't driving ! and make sure they have seatbelt on (as normal)
for the driver - there will no coverage. For the passenger the same as well. It is your responsibility as a passenger, to be sure that the vehicle you are driving in is INSURED, always.
Try fastening your seatbelt!