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Summary of Seatbelt Law 1993
  Front Seat Rear seat Who Is Responsible
Driver Seat belt must be worn if fitted. - Driver
Child under 3 years of age Appropriate child restraint must be used. Appropriate child restraint must be worn if available. Driver
Child aged 3 years to 11 and under 1.5 metres in height Appropriate child restraint must be worn if available. If not, an adult seat belt must be worn. Appropriate child restraint must be worn if available. If not, an adult seat belt must be worn if available. Driver
Child aged 12 or 13 or younger child 1.5 metres or more in height Adult seat belt must be worn if available. Adult seat belt must be worn if available. Driver
Adult passengers Seat belt must be worn if available. Seat belt must be worn if available. Passenger

Approved child restraints must carry the BS 'Kitemark' or United Nations 'E' mark.

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