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study relating to seat belts for use in buses

C. R. Ursell

study relating to seat belts for use in buses

by C. R. Ursell

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Published by California Highway Patrol in Sacramento .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buses -- Seat belts.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for California Highway Patrol by C. R. Ursell.
    ContributionsCalifornia. Dept. of the California Highway Patrol.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL232 .U77
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 99, 25 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5019690M
    LC Control Number76623831

    Chapter refers to vehicles upon highways — Exceptions. Obedience to police officers, flaggers, or firefighters — Penalty. Refusal to give information to or cooperate with officer — Penalty. Duty to obey law enforcement officer — Authority of officer. Failure to obey officer — Penalty. Attempting to elude police vehicle — Defense. Queensland seat belt and child restraint laws In Queensland, it’s the driver’s responsibility to ensure that seat belts and child restraints are correctly used. Significant fines and licence demerit points apply to the driver if they fail to do so. Passengers 16 years or older can also be fined for not wearing a seat belt.

    Booster Seats - Regardless of weight and height the law requires that children be properly restrained in a child booster seat until eight (8) years of age. After age eight (8), the law allows them to use a vehicle seat belt. However, safety experts recommend that they use a booster seat until they are at least 4’9” tall. Here you can search the entire site, as well as use links to previous searches. Only compare vehicles of a similar weight and class. Only compare vehicles of a similar weight and class. Only compare vehicles of a similar weight and class. Only compare vehicles of a similar weight and class. Only compare vehicles of a similar weight and class.

    Q. Are school buses required to be equipped with passenger seat belts? A. All vehicles manufactured after October are required to be equipped with lap-type seat belts or other child restraint systems. As of September , all school buses without seat belts that . School children travelling on such buses would be relatively unlikely to use seat belts. 4 Increasing the safety of buses. Seat belts There are three main options relating to the fitment of seat belts in buses used for student transport, or for the provision of equivalent protection.


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