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Seat belts saved more than 304,670 lives from 1975 to 2012, and increasingly strict state seat belt laws are at least part of the reason, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
We put our kids on school buses where there is not a seat belt in sight,'' Ms.
The Federal Road Safety Corps and ExxonMobil with its joint venture partner, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, have started a public awareness campaign on the use of seat belt with a view to extending it to all occupants of a vehicle.
One study found that 92% of mothers who got some prenatal education about seat belt use later reported using seat belts, and 83% could describe proper seat belt placement.
Stronger Seat Belt Laws Now Cover Nearly 62 Percent of U.
Everyone involved in the crash was wearing a seat belt, Myers said.
They are cowed into silence," says Chuck Hurley, executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), who until this year ran the National Safety Council's Air Bag & Seat Belt Safety Campaign.
Explain to the TV audience how your wide seat belt and the HANS head and neck support help to keep you safe during a crash.