Is a Seatbelt Ticket a Moving Violation?

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A seat belt ticket is not a moving violation. Although getting a seat belt ticket does add points to your license. To avoid getting these points you should have an attorney represent you in court, to just pay the ticket fine and not get the points.
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Seatbelt tickets are considered a moving violation since the infraction occured in a moving car. The law strictly states you must where it while operating a vehicle. This makes it moving as opposed to non-moving. Insurance companies tend to look the other way on these however it is becoming increasingly more common to see multiple offenses for seat belt violations affecting your rates.
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