Is a seatbelt ticket a moving violation in Tennessee?

Answered by

Ronald Johnson
Ronald JohnsonLicensed Agent

Posted on Feb 02, 2023

Yes, seatbelt tickets are considered moving violations in Tennessee. Failing to wear a seatbelt can result in a ticket of $25 to $50, depending on the county. Additionally, seatbelt tickets can add points to your driving record, which could lead to increased insurance rates.

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