In Washington State, which occupants of a passenger car must wear safety belts or appropriate child restraints?
- The driver, all front-seat passengers, and all passengers under 18
- The driver and passengers under 18
- The driver and all passengers
Under Washington State law, all occupants of a passenger car ? the driver and all passengers ? must wear safety belts or appropriate child restraints. The driver is responsible for ensuring that all passengers under 16 years of age are suitably restrained. Safety belts have been proven to save lives ? even in the rear seat.
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