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  • 1.  
  • 2. Red States- First Offense Law enforcing seatbelts Yellow States- Secondary Offense Law enforcing seatbelts Orange States- In the process of enforcing seatbelts Green States- No laws on seatbelts
  • 3. More than 90 percent of all motorists believe safety belts are good idea, but less than 14 percent actually use them.
    • Safety belts when used properly reduce the number of serious traffic injuries by 50 percent and fatalities by 60-70 percent.
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  • 5. Seventy-five percent of crash deaths and injuries occur within 25 miles of home. More than half of all injury-producing motor vehicle crashes involve low speeds under 40 m.p.h.
    • In a 30 m.p.h. collision an unbelted 160 lb. Person can strike another passenger, crash through a windshield and/or slam into the vehicle's interior with a 4,800 lb. force.
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    • Approximately 35,000 people die in motor vehicle crashes each year. About 50 percent (17,000) of these people could be saved if they wore their safety belts.
    Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among people age 44 and younger and the number one cause of head and spinal cord injury.
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    • Of every 100 children who die in motor vehicle crashes at least 80 would survive if they were properly secured in an approved child safety seat or safety belts.
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    • Only 1% of passengers who were restrained were ejected from car seats during a car crash. Of those ejected (restrained and unrestrained), 73% were killed. (Naval Safety Center)
  • 13. Seat Belt Statistics for 18 to 34 year old passenger vehicles.  From the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA)
    • South Carolina
    • 332 killed
    • 128 number with incapacitating injuries
    • 130 wearing a seat belt
    • 330 not wearing a seat belt
    • 72 percent on road not wearing seat belts
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    • http://www.redlineelectronics.com/technology.html
    • http://www.jmu.edu/safetyplan/vehicle/generaldriver/safetybelt.shtml
    • http://www.neillneill.com/uploads/Image/teenager%20driving%20parents%20car.jpg
    • http://www.10news.com/2008/0410/15843827_240X180.jpg
    • http://www.ddreform.org/images/dangers2.jpg
    • http://www.jesseneider.com/content/photos/Singles_Car-Accident_TW.jpg
    • http://images.buzzillions.com/images_customers/01/63/5344753_48807_raw.jpg
    • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/bf/US_seat_belt_laws.svg/800px-US_seat_belt_laws.svg.png
    • http://roadsafety.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/kempton-park-roll-over.jpg
    • http://www.anapolschwartz.com/practices/seat-belt-failure/seatbelt-statistics.asp
    • http://www.wtpdmorris.org/Traffic/programs/Click/sbelt.html
    • http://epaper.southernstarnewspaper.co.za/blog/uploaded_images/baby_safe_after_four_car-728727.jpg
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