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In Nevada, which occupants of a vehicle must wear seat belts or suitable child restraints?

A The driver and all passengers

Under Nevada law, the driver and all passengers must wear seat belts or suitable child restraints. Seat belts have been proven to save lives and reduce injuries – even in the rear seat. A study conducted in 2015 by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Children's Hospital of Philadephia found that unrestrained rear-seat occupants were nearly eight times as likely to sustain a serious injury in a crash as restrained rear-seat occupants.