wearing a seat belt
if they're 12 or 13 years old, or younger and over 135cm tall.
Accidents happen when we try to drag the pistol through the seat belt
that is hooked around your arm, or worse, trying to flip the seat belt
off the firing arm by flicking the pistol dangerously around.
After the wreck, anguished family members said they believed seat belts
might have prevented the teens' deaths.
Summary: Police officers, however, will fine violators if caught again not wearing seat belts
Despite the effectiveness of seat belt
use and legislation, seat belt
use rate is low in Turkey.
In New Hanover County Schools in North Carolina, administrators in 2016 added seat belts
to five of their 163 buses as part of a state study.
Among all occupational groups, the adjusted prevalence of not always using a seat belt
was higher in states with secondary seat belt
S Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants everyone to buckle up when driving because seat belts
do save lives and provide the best defense against injury or death in a crash.
Employers and government agencies at all levels can help improve truck driver safety and increase seat belt
use among truck drivers by having strong company safety programs and enforcing state and federal laws," Arias continued.
During the same week Khaleej Times released a report highlighting the imminent need for a federal law making it mandatory to wear the seat belt
in the back seat, a Dubai school launched a campaign spreading awareness on the importance of child safety in cars.
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).
India, June 5 -- Would rural development minister Gopinath Munde be still with us if he had strapped on his seat belt
on Tuesday morning?