Children in rear seats must buckle up from Aug. 1
Taipei, July 31 (CNA) A regulation making it compulsory for children traveling in rear seats of vehicles to wear seat belts will take full effect Aug. 1 after a six-month grace period, with violators liable to fines of up to NT$6,000 (US$200), the transport ministry said Tuesday.
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