Palm Bay Police Department Educates Drivers About Seatbelt Safety

By  //  March 4, 2016

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This image was taken on March 2 by a Palm Bay Police Department officer. The best part of this crash was both drivers (no passengers) walked away with minimal injury because both were properly wearing their seat belts. (Palm Bay Police image)

This image was taken on March 2 by a Palm Bay Police Department officer. The best part of this crash was both drivers (no passengers) walked away with minimal injury because both were properly wearing their seat belts. (Palm Bay Police image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Florida law requires all drivers, front seat passengers and anyone under the age of 18 years old to wear a seat belt.

Children under the age of 4 must be buckled in a child safety seat.

Children 4 and 5 years old must be buckled in a child safety seat or secured in a booster set.

Officers will be increasing traffic enforcement to increase public safety and reduce traffic crashes.

Citations will be issued to drivers and passengers not wearing a seat belt.

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This image was taken on March 2 by a Palm Bay Police Department officer. The best part of this crash was both drivers (no passengers) walked away with minimal injury because both were properly wearing their seat belts. (Palm Bay Police image)

This image was taken on March 2 by a Palm Bay Police Department officer. The best part of this crash was both drivers (no passengers) walked away with minimal injury because both were properly wearing their seat belts. (Palm Bay Police image)


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