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What Do Florida’s Seat Belt Laws Say?

  1. DownloadAll drivers must wear a seat belt while operating a vehicle.
  2. All passengers in the front seat of a vehicle must wear a seatbelt.
  3. Any passenger under the age of 18 in the backseat of a vehicle must wear a seat belt.
  4. Children three and under must be a in a federally approved restraint seat.
  5. Children age four or five must be in a federally approved restraint seat or safety belt.

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MeldonHello, I am Jeffrey Meldon. As an accident and personal injury attorney, I strongly believe that public education is the first step in the prevention of an accident or in the recovery from one.

Everyone in my office works hard to help accident victims get the justice and the fair settlement or jury verdict that they deserve throughout the state of Florida area as we have offices in Gainesville, Ocala, and Ft. Lauderdale. I am highly involved with every case in my office and am the negotiator with insurance companies.

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