Police Superintendent Belgrove Charles says everyone including kids should buckle their seat belts while traveling in vehicles for safety, and breaking the law can result in a $250 fine and 2 years imprisonment
Superintendent of police Belgrove Charles highlights the significance of using seat belts while traveling in vehicles, especially for kids who should be securely restrained in car seats. He emphasized that breaking this legislation, which is described in Section A of the Dominica Consolidated Laws of 2017, can result in a $250 fine and two years of imprisonment. He does, however urge everyone to buckle up for their own safety.
Superintendent of Police, Belgrove Charles
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