Nothing annoys me more than irresponsible driving. Not wearing seatbelt, not stopping at lights or signs, fucking speeding. Its reckless endangerment of other people's lives because some yokel thinks its impressive to drive 80 in a 35 school zone.I'm too scared to not use a seatbelt personally.
No I believe there would still be a ticket and it would be yours. Depending on the country, once a person is over a certain age, they are responsible for themselves. Hence is why you would be paying that ticket.Well if they die there's no ticket or mechanic fees to pay.
I literally don't even think about it -- it's just part of the 'getting in the car' routine, like opening the door -- but I'm sure it would feel really weird to not be wearing one while the vehicle was moving.Wearing a seatbelt is at worst a beneath-notice nuisance, and at best a lifesaver.
My understanding, based solely on British adverts, is that no only are you just as likely to die, you might also kill the people in the front seat who are wearing their belts.I posted this question because there are a few people who still believe that riding in the back is safer and that there is a difference between buckling up in the front vs the back. "There are no seatbelt reminders in the backseat so it's safe."
Where I live they reduce it to everyone without a license is my responsibility. Everyone with a license will get fined instead.Yes of course. Here in Missouri the driver assumes all responsibility of their passengers.
A lot of public transport where I live have no seat belts. Charter ones do because its mandatory for children to be belted.Yes I do. I also use the seat belt when riding in a bus(even though in order to get off in time I have to remove it before the bus driver has stopped properly, thereby largely defeating the purpose)