Learning the driving and traffic laws in the state of Minnesota will help you drive safely, protect others on the road and even help keep your car insurance costs down. The less accidents and moving violations that you have on your driving record the less you will pay for your insurance premiums.
As of June 9, 2009, it is a primary offense to drive in Minnesota without wearing a seat belt. A law enforcement officer can stop you simply because you or any of your passengers are not wearing seat belts. You can be fined anywhere from $25 to over $100 for this violation.
Babies that are under one year old and weigh less than 20 pounds must ride in a child car seat in the back seat facing the rear of the vehicle. Children who are at least eight years old or at least four feet nine inches tall … Click here to read more