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NY Strikes Deal On Limo Seat Belts After Crash

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Posted on January 10, 2020
Seatbelts will now be required in stretches in New York (Photo via Pixnio user Amanda Mills, USCDCP)

Seatbelts will now be required in stretches in New York (Photo via Pixnio user Amanda Mills, USCDCP)

State lawmakers have struck a deal that would require operators of stretch limos to retrofit their vehicles with seat belts by 2023. New stretch limos will be required to have seat belts beginning in 2021.

New York Post article here

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