While the government requires all minibuses registered after 2004 to install seat belts, older vehicles were exempted as they were not suitable for being retrofitted with seat belts. Photo: Felix Wong While the government requires all minibuses registered after 2004 to install seat belts, older vehicles were exempted as they were not suitable for being retrofitted with seat belts. Photo: Felix Wong
While the government requires all minibuses registered after 2004 to install seat belts, older vehicles were exempted as they were not suitable for being retrofitted with seat belts. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Fatal Hong Kong minibus accident a wake-up call on seat belt requirements

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Topic |   Accidents and personal safety in Hong Kong
While the government requires all minibuses registered after 2004 to install seat belts, older vehicles were exempted as they were not suitable for being retrofitted with seat belts. Photo: Felix Wong While the government requires all minibuses registered after 2004 to install seat belts, older vehicles were exempted as they were not suitable for being retrofitted with seat belts. Photo: Felix Wong
While the government requires all minibuses registered after 2004 to install seat belts, older vehicles were exempted as they were not suitable for being retrofitted with seat belts. Photo: Felix Wong
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