In reference to the seat-belt law; has it ever occurred to anyone that a driver being stopped for such an inconsequencial offense, such as having a number plate light out, and being found guilty of not being buckled up as the law requires, will find his auto insurance rates increased for the next three years as a direct result?
Does anyone think it won’t happen? Dream on! Seems the industry should give the Motor Vehicle Department a commission for occupying the place of insurance salesmen.
Might head off some tax increases. James Munson Bangor