May 20, 2009 ... Do you snap in your seat belt as soon as you get in the car? Do your children
have the right safety seats for their weight and age? If you've ...
Jan 3, 2011 ... The most current CDC data can be found on the Seat Belts: Get the ... There are
proven policies to increase seat belt use and save lives.
It will save lives. ... About one-quarter, or 1.3 million crashes a year, can be
attributed to using phones. .... Make sure your child is in the right seat..
Vehicle seat belts could save 5000 American lives every year. ... Buckling up is
the most important safety measure you can take to protect yourself in a crash as it
FACT: Initially people may find seat belts uncomfortable, confining or ... It can't be
overemphasized that the serious discomfort and inconvenience of motor ... out of
three people will be seriously injured in a car crash sometime during their lives.
Nov 30, 2006 ... If there's one thing we know about our risky world, it's that seat belts save lives,
right? And they do, of course. But reality, as usual, is messier ...
1 Buckling up is the single most effective thing you can do to protect yourself in a
crash. In 2008, seat belts saved more than 13,000 lives nationwide. From 2004 ...
Most people know that wearing a seat belt can save their life, but now a new
study shows that buckling up can also save the lives of the other people in the car
Jul 13, 2011 ... Few will disagree that seat belts save lives. ... "My point is, even if the majority of
people are saved, why do we keep forcing people to do things ...
Seat Belts Save Lives ... Seat belts aren't just for those in the front seat. ...
Wearing a seat belt is the single most effective action that any driver or
passenger can take to ... When seat belts are used properly, the risk of fatal injury
to front seat ...