Seat Belt Safety
Always wear a seat belt or always suffer the consequences
Seat belts protect people from needless death and injury. But whether it is because they are in a hurry, distracted, or they simply forget, many people don’t wear their seat belts, and thousands die as a result. CDC recommends effective, well-enforced seat belt laws to ensure that every person in every seat buckles up on every trip.
CDC report that in the United States alone, in their study of seat-belt use from 1975-2008 an estimated 255,000 lives have been from fatal crashes.