North Dakota Car Seat Laws
- In the State of North Dakota all children under the age of seven (7) are required to use a child restraint device (Infant Seat, Convertible Car Seat, Booster Seat) in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Children under the age of seven (7) that weigh more than eighty (80) pounds and are taller than four-feet, nine-inches (4’ 9”) may be secured with a safety belt.
- Children seven (7) through seventeen (17) years of age must be properly restrained with an age, height and weight appropriate child restraint (seat belt, car seat or booster seat).
- The driver of a vehicle is responsible for ensuring all passengers under the age of eighteen (18) are properly secured in the vehicle.
- The fine for a violation of the North Dakota Car Seat Law is $25 and one (1) point against the license of the driver.
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North Dakota Seat Belt Law
- In the State of North Dakota all front seat occupants must be properly restrained with a seat belt.
- All passengers under the age of eighteen (18) must be secured with a seat belt regardless of their seating position in the vehicle.
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