Montana Department of Transportation

Commercial Truck Drivers: Take the Pledge

A company must consider the legal consequences of not insisting drivers wear a safety belt. Federal regulations and most state laws require drivers to wear safety belts. They also require trucks and truck tractors manufactured on or after January 1, 1965, to be equipped with a safety belt assembly, meeting requirements specified in Federal regulations.

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Take the pledge

Whether you're a driver or an employer, there's something you can do to promote safe driving and reward safe drivers.

I will wear my safety belt because my well-being greatly affects my family and loved ones.

It is my responsibility to maintain control of my vehicle. Using my safety belt is my best chance of remaining in control of my truck in a crash or emergency situation.

I will always remember to buckle up.

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