Laws today in most states require the driver and every passenger, including children and infants, to have his or her own seat belt; therefore your limit on the number of passengers is the number of belted seats minus the one for the driver. Placing two passengers within one seat belt is never allowed and is not safe. Placing a child or infant on your lap under your lap belt is extremely risky to the child, who could be crushed in even a sudden stop. Of course, riding anyone on your lap unbelted is unsafe and not allowed. In many states, new drivers are not allowed to carry passengers at all, except perhaps for family members. As laws vary by state, the driver will have to check the state regulations. (Most know the following; it is only mentioned because of a recent, dangerous fad. Anyone riding on the outside of a vehicle is almost certain to be injured, crippled, or killed.)
As many passengers as there are seat belts.
In Utah, a car can legally carry as many passengers as there are factory-installed seatbelts.
Over here you can carry as many passengers as the car is designed to carry.
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You can carry as many passengers as your car is designed for.
You can only carry the amount of passengers the car was designed to carry. In other words, if the car was designed as a four passenger vehicle, you cannot put six people into it.
In a crash, rear seat passengers in a car
The number of passengers should equal the number of seat belts and according to the manufacturers specified capacity.
... It rather depends on the size of the car ... The average sedan will take a driver and four passengers, but there are smaller and larger family vehicles.
depends on how many huge pillows that you place under your butt and what car is it, is it a hummer or a yugo??
5 people, 2 in the front and 3 in the back.