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Safety Belt Laws
State law requires all drivers and passengers (front seat and back seat) age 8 and older to wear safety belts even if the vehicle is equipped with air bags.
Passengers under age 8 must be secured in an appropriate child restraint system (e.g., a car seat or booster seat).
Speed Limit Laws
The speed limit represents the maximum speed at which a person can drive under safe conditions.
If the road is wet as a result of rain or snow, or if you’re driving in conditions with limited visibility (e.g., at night), drive below the speed limit.
The type of road on which you’re driving makes a difference, too.
If you’re driving on hills or curves, you should travel below the speed limit because your line of sight will be limited.
In addition, reduce your speed when you’re traveling through an intersection or when you’re approaching railroad tracks. Each of these areas is a high-risk zone for motor vehicle crashes.