Use Motor Vehicle – Disabled Person Seat Belt Not Secured

CJS Offence Code: RC86061

Standard Offence Wording
On **(..SPECIFY DATE..) at **(..SPECIFY TOWNSHIP..) used on a road, namely **(..SPECIFY ROAD AND LOCATION..), a motor vehicle, namely **(..SPECIFY VEHICLE MAKE AND INDEX NUMBER..), fitted with a **(..SPECIFY LOCATION OF BELT..) disabled person’s seat belt in accordance with regulation 47 of the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 when the ends of the belt were not, when the seat belt was being used for the purpose for which it was designed and constructed, securely fastened either to some part of the structure of the vehicle or to the seat which was being occupied by the person wearing the belt so that the body of such person would be restrained in the event of an accident to the vehicle

Contrary to regulation 48(4)(g) of the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986, section 42 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and Schedule 2 to the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988.

Home Office Classification

This offence carries a fine of £50 and no penalty points.

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Metropolitan Police Offence Code

The following information is intended for Metropolitan Police Officers who use a different coding system, this code being correct as of Form 4740 (October 2018) or Form 4741 (June 2018).

MetPol Offence Code: No code specified


Notes: The offence and brief wording will be entered in full on the Traffic Offence Report.

Updated on 2023-03-10

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