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Seat belt use rates in the United States - Wikipedia


Seat belt use rates in the United States has been rising steadily since 1983, from 14% to 86% ... use rates than those with weaker laws. The following list shows national percentage of people wearin...

Seat Belts: Get the Facts | Motor Vehicle Safety | CDC Injury Center


Jul 5, 2016 ... For adults and older children (who are big enough for seat belts to fit .... WISQARS (Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System).

Stats: Seat Belt Use - Teen Driver Source


Jun 30, 2016 ... Statistics show that teens are more likely to not wear seat belts than adults. Read more about the many facts of teen seat belt use and how this ...

Seat Belt Statistics - Edgar Snyder & Associates


Statistics show that seat belts save lives. When used correctly, wearing a seat belt reduces the risk of fatal injury to front seat passenger car occupants by 45%,  ...

Seat Belts | AAA Exchange


According to NHTSA, the overall seat belt use rate in 2014 was 87 percent. Research has found that lap/shoulder seat belts, when used properly, reduce the risk ...

Driving without a Seat Belt Statistics-Consequences of Unsafe Driving


Driving is a risky task and should be practiced with care. At Virtual Drive, we've put together a page to show the consequences of not wearing a seat belt.

MSP - Myths and Facts About Seat Belts - State of Michigan


MYTH: Drivers in air bag-equipped vehicles don't need to wear seat belts. ... FACT: Crashes involving fire or water happen in only 1/2 of one percent of all ...

Seat Belts - How Effective? - Road Safety Observatory


Apr 3, 2012 ... In the UK drivers and passengers in cars must wear a seat belt, ... can be measured by the percentage reduction in fatalities or injuries for ...

Get The Statistics Seat Belts Save Lives - Mark Thush PA


Seat Belt Statistic 1 – When the sun sets, the death toll rises. 70% of all 18-34 year old occupants killed in rural crashes at night were not wearing a seat belt.