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If my teenaged child is driving a car and one of his under-aged passengers does not wear his seat belt, who is responsible for the seat belt ticket?

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If my teenaged child is driving a car and one of his under-aged passengers does not wear his seat belt, who is responsible for the seat belt ticket?

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A driver shall not be charged for a seat belt violation committed by a passenger who is 14 years old or older, unless the passenger is unable to properly fasten the seat belt due to a temporary or permanent disability. In those incidents the passenger who fails to wear a seat belt shall be issued the ticket. However, a young driver operating on a restricted driver’s license that has more passengers in the vehicle than number of seat belts shall be issued the ticket.

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