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Question:

The law of West Virginia requires that _________ must wear a federally approved safety belt.

A driver and all passengers, excluding persons over 18 in the rear
Explaination

The law of West Virginia requires that all the passengers in a vehicle, including the driver must wear a federally-approved safety belt. It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that all passengers are buckled into their safety belts. The only legal exception is for persons 18 years or older who are riding in the back seat of a vehicle. In some cases, an exception to this rule may be issued for medical reasons, and proof of such a condition may be required of the driver.