It is cumpolsolary here, for good reasons.
allwayswhen delivering noodles
i like spicy ones
Always but yet I am always the driving :)
Only when I don't want to die in a car crash.
always, and if i am driving with my nephew i tell him i am not leaving until you get in your car seat and buckle up.
they do save lives, always wear them.
Compulsary here. And if my passenger doesn't put his/her seatbealts, they will have to get out of my car...
In Massachusetts it's a "passive" law. you cant be stopped for not wearing a seat belt, but if you're stopped for something else you can be ticketed. I've been driving since 1966 and i rebelled against the law. I was stopped by a policewoman years ago adn she told me that it only took 30 days to make something a habit. She was right, I started using a seat belt then and it quickly became a habit and ceased to be an annoyance. Ever since, when I get in a car, the first thing I do is "buckle up" andI I dont even realize I'm doing it
I do it 100 times in a row...on the 101st time, they pull me over...for not using my turn signal...lol
After two seat belt tickets I do...... I took it as though some one was trying to tell me some thing and I listened.
Always. I don't feel comfortable driving unless I do.
when i was younger i didnt cuz our van was too old and they didnt work, but now its a habit.
wow! thats crazy! but u wear ur seat belt now right?
It's the law here, so yes. Always concerns me in the US when the taxi driver doesn't...