Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Questions (266)

Brian Stanley

Question:

266. Deputy Brian Stanley asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport if it is necessary for a motorist to wear a seat belt while driving when that motorist has a letter from his or her general practitioner stating he or she is unable to wear a seat belt due to a medical condition. [4675/18]

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Written answers (Question to Transport)

There is an exemption from the requirement to wear a seat belt where a person holds a certificate from a medical practitioner stating that they cannot wear a seat belt for medical reasons.

Information in respect of such an exemption can be found on the Road Safety Authority's website.