... in 2012.<sup>4</sup>; Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among teens.<sup>1</sup>
Vehicle seat belts could save 5000 American lives every year. ... car crashes are
the leading cause of death for people age 4 and every age 11 through 27 in the ...
Get the facts about seat belt usage and car accidents in the United States. ... Of
the total traffic collision deaths, 56.4% involved passengers or drivers who ...
Association of seat belt use with death: a comparison of estimates based on data
from police and estimates based on data from trained crash investigators.
Nov 30, 2006 ... In fact, according to one researcher, seat belts may actually cause ... in either no
change or actually a net increase in road accident deaths.
Oct 20, 2015 ... Statistics show that teens are more likely to not wear seat belts than ... Seat belts
reduce serious crash-related injuries and deaths by about half.
The first seatbelt law was passed in the United States in 1963. .... state shall have
a highway safety program…designed to reduce traffic accidents and deaths, ...
Facts Regarding Seat Belt Usage. According to Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, car accidents are the leading cause of death among those aged 5 ...
Motor vehicle crashes are the #1 cause of death for children and young adults
ages 5 to 24, and the #2 cause of death for adults 25 and older and for toddlers, ...
Jan 30, 2011 ... Do the math on seat belts and the conclusion is clear: Not clicking can get you