Is a Seat Belt Ticket a Moving Violation?

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As of December 2012, 49 out of the 50 states within the United States will ticket someone not wearing a seat belt. Whether the ticket is considered a moving violation will vary depending on the state. However, most states consider this type of ticket a non moving violation.
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In 1998, Congress passed the Transportation
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It's considered a moving violation.
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1. Ask your officer your payment options at the time of being issued a ticket. They can best inform you of whether you need to go to an office or pay it online. 2. Check your state's
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yep, but the penalty used to be death, but they decided that was too harsh, so they changed it to loss of license. good luck with that
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