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  1. Evaluation of effectiveness of safety seatbelt legislation in the United Arab Emirates [An article from: Accident Analysis and Prevention] by M. El-Sadig, M. Sarfraz Alam, et all 2004-05-01
  2. Guidance on the Handling, Storage and Transport of Airbags and Seatbelt Pretensioners (Guidance booklet) by Health and Safety Executive (HSE), 1998-10-30
  3. Seatbelts and traffic safety: A review of the Canadian experience by R. A Warren, 1980
  4. The performance and use of child restraint systems, seatbelts, and air bags for children in passenger vehicles safety study (SuDoc TD 1.127:96/01) by U.S. Dept of Transportation, 1996
  5. "... Till death do us part".(seatbelts has saved people in traffic accidetns): An article from: Sea&Shore
  6. Development of improved seatbelt systems for surface mining equipment ([Open-file report] / Bureau of Mines, United States Department of the Interior) by L. E Carlson, 1981
  7. Kids in the back seat: are children in the rear seat safe? Does the rear-seat structure protect them? How about a vehicle's seat-belt system? The possibilities ... never be an option.: An article from: Trial by Susan E. Lister, 2005-02-01
  8. Seatbelt's importance overlooked by many; Improperly fitted belt can kill you in crash.(Autos - Articles): An article from: Winnipeg Free Press by Gale Reference Team, 2007-04-20
  9. WARNER HEADS BIPARTISAN PUSH FOR NATIONAL SEATBELT LEGISLATION.: An article from: Liability & Insurance Week
  10. Motivating teens to buckle up.(survey of seatbelt use)(Survey)(Statistical data): An article from: Public Roads by Daniel Berman, 2005-07-01
  11. Seatbelt upgrades: Y-belts are a top choice: we actually prefer five-point harnesses, but not all aircraft can accomodate them. Y-belts are a cost-effective ... An article from: The Aviation Consumer by Jim Cavanagh, 2006-12-01
  12. Buckle up or else.(includes related articles on federal funding to support seatbelt use legislation/enforcement by states and child fatalities in car accidents)(seat ... An article from: State Legislatures by Jan Goehring, 1999-09-01
  13. Mandatory seat-belt usage laws: exemptions to the rule (Safety brief) by Gary M Hutter, 1986
  14. Case studies involving the use and non-use of seatbelts (SAE) by Terry D Day, 1986

1. Seatbelt Safety Facts - LoveToKnow Safety
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently confirmed that there is still a need for drivers to be aware of some basic seatbelt safety facts.
http://safety.lovetoknow.com/Seatbelt_Safety_Facts

2. Seatbelt Safety - New York, NY Legislation For Seat Belts And Occupant Protectio
Status Pending Senate Rules Committee Date of Last Action 06/23/2008* Author Johnson (R) Summary Relates to the operation of vehicles with safety seats, the use of safety
http://www.drivehomesafe.com/legislation/seatbelt_safety.html
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Summary: Relates to the operation of vehicles with safety seats, the use of safety belts by rear seat passengers, makes a technical correction to the graduated license provisions. History:
06/17/2008 - INTRODUCED.
06/17/2008 - To SENATE Committee on RULES.
06/19/2008 - From SENATE Committee on RULES.
06/23/2008 - Amended on SENATE floor.
06/24/2008 - To SENATE Committee on RULES. Details Info: http://www.assembly.state.ny.us/leg Category: Submit
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3. Essay On Seatbelt Safety
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4. Seatbelt Safety :: Owensboro Catholic Schools
Seatbelt Safety December 2009. Michelle Kavanaugh and Tara Ford came to the fourth grade Science classes to explain the importance of seatbelt safety.
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7. Seatbelt Safety - Video
Bryanna Odell's Gold Award Seatbelt Safety
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8. Term Paper On Seatbelt Safety
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9. Seat Belts. Seat Belt Safety, Statistics, Bags, Law
Seat Belts Save Lives. Safety, Statistics. Seat Belt Car, Auto Accident facts from CarAccidents.com.
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Seat Belts are the best protection in a car accident.
Failure to wear a seat belt contributes to more fatalities than any other single traffic safety-related behavior. 63% of people killed in accidents are not wearing seat belts. Wearing a seat belt use is still the single most effective thing we can do to save lives and reduce injuries on America's roadways. Data suggests that education alone is not doing the job with young peo ple, especially males ages 16 drunk driving , more speeding , and more crashes. Neither education nor fear of injury or death is strong enough to motivate this tough-to-reach group. Rather, it takes stronger seat belt laws and high visibility enforcement campaigns to get them to buckle up. Seat belts are the most effective safety devices in vehicles today, estimated to save 9,500 lives each year. Yet only 68 percent of the motor vehicle occupants are buckled. In 1996, more than 60 percent of the occupants killed in fatal crashes were unrestrained. If 90 percent of Americans buckle up, we will prevent more than 5,500 deaths and 132,000 injuries annually.

10. Seatbelt Safety In Abbeville High School Students
Abbeville High School Abbeville High School Abbeville, SC Abbeville, SC Abbeville High School INTERACT Club Abbeville High School INTERACT Club Abbeville Coalition for a
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11. Airbags + Seat Belts = Spine Protection
Explains why motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of serious injury to the back, neck and spinal cord and how these may be prevented.
http://www.spineuniverse.com/displayarticle.php/article835.html

12. Seatbelt Safety | Road Safety | Advice Centre
West Mercia Police Seatbelt Safety Seatbelt Safety. Wearing a seatbelt saves thousands of lives across the UK every year.
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Worse still, up to 10 per cent of road deaths in our area occurred as a consequence of drivers or passengers simply failing to put on their seatbelt. For your safety and the safety of others, the law dictates that you MUST wear a seatbelt, if one is fitted, unless you have a medical exemption certificate. It is essential to wear it, even if your intended journey is only a short one as a collision can occur at any time. The driver has full responsibility for ensuring that any passengers aged under fourteen years are wearing either their seatbelt or the correct restraint. Child Safety ' section of this site. West Mercia Police will prosecute drivers and passengers if they are caught without their seatbelts on. The force issues an average of eight (30) fixed penalty notices per day relating to seatbelt usage and the maximum fine for this offence if the case goes to court is 500. For more information, visit the Think! Seatbelt Safety website.

13. Seat Belt - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
A seat belt or seatbelt, sometimes called a safety belt, is a safety harness designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result from a collision or a
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the safety device. For the band, see The Seatbelts This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page A 3-point seat belt. A seat belt or seatbelt , sometimes called a safety belt , is a safety harness designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result from a collision or a sudden stop. As part of an overall automobile passive safety system, seat belts are intended to reduce injuries by stopping the wearer from hitting hard interior elements of the vehicle, or other passengers (the so-called second impact ), are in the correct position for the airbag to deploy and prevent the passenger from being thrown from the vehicle. Seat belts also absorb energy by being designed to stretch during any sudden deceleration, so that there is less speed differential between the passenger's body and their vehicle interior, and also to spread the loading of impact on the passengers body. The final, so-called 'third impact' after a passenger's body hits the car interior, airbag or seat belts, is that of the internal organs hitting the ribcage or skull. The force of this impact is the mechanism through which car crashes cause disabling or life threatening injury. The sequence of energy dissipating and speed reducing technologies -

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15. Seat Belt Safety
Seat Belt Safety. Safety belts are the most effective means of saving lives and reducing serious injuries in traffic crashes. They're also the law.
http://www.bouldercounty.org/transportation/traffic_safety/seatbelt.htm

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Safety belts are the most effective means of saving lives and reducing serious injuries in traffic crashes. They're also the law. In Colorado, motor vehicle occupants are subject to a fine for not wearing their seat belts. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that seat belts save 9,500 lives in the United States each year. It is also estimated that an additional 9,000 lives would be saved and 160,000 nonfatal injuries would be prevented each year if all motor vehicle occupants ages 5 years and older properly used restraint devices (seat belts, booster seats) all of the time. Safety belts, air bags and proper child safety seats , when used consistently and correctly, can significantly reduce the rate of injury in a crash. A crash study conducted by the University of California, Irvine found: "Driver restraint use was the strongest predictor of child restraint use." Almost 40% of children who ride with unbelted drivers are themselves unrestrained.
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  • Current usage for seat belts in Colorado is around 78%.

16. Safety Belt Statistics
Safety Belt Statistics. One out of every five drivers will be involved in a traffic crash this year. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among people age 44 and
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  • One out of every five drivers will be involved in a traffic crash this year.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • More than 90 percent of all motorists believe safety belts are good idea, but less than 14 percent actually use them.
  • For every one percent increase in safety belt use, 172 lives and close to $100 million in annual injury and death costs could be saved.
  • Safety belts when used properly reduce the number of serious traffic injuries by 50 percent and fatalities by 60-70 percent.
  • For maximum protection safety belts should be fastened before traveling any distance or speed. 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.
  • Motorists are 25 times are more likely to be killed or seriously injured when they are "thrown clear" than when remain inside their vehicle.

17. Tips And Tools
Tips and Tool Seatbelt safety Most injuries to drivers and passengers are caused by contact with the steering wheel, dashboard, windscreen and the sides and
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18. Daily Dunklin Democrat: Local News: Seatbelt Safety (09/23/10)
Local police, Key Club members tell youth to 'buckle up' This week local public schools and Kennett High School Key Club members, joined with the Kennett Police Department in
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19. Seatbelt Safety, Chicago Car Insurance, Chicago Auto Insurance
Chicago auto insurance providers, Insure on the Spot, provide you with invaluable seatbelt safety tips when operating a vehicle.
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  • About Seatbelt Safety The leading cause of death for people under the age of 35 is car accidents, and about 40,000 people overall die in crashes yearly. Of these people, 63 percent are not wearing seatbelts, and about half of the deaths could be prevented if they did. Safety of Seatbelts The Wisconsin Department of Transportation cites seatbelts as the best protection during vehicular accidents. Their importance should not be overlooked. Dog Seatbelt Safety Humans are not the only ones to have to buckle up for a car ride. Indeed, seat belts have been also crafted for dogs. There are several types of seat belts and harnesses available that will ensure a safe ride. Seatbelt Safety for Kids Seat belt safety applies to children of all ages. Child passenger safety systems, particularly booster seats, work with your vehicle's seat belt system. As your child grows, you must assess his development to determine when he is ready to stop using a booster seat and move on to sole use of an adult seat belt. How to Teach Preschool Seatbelt Safety Children are strapped into a safety belt from the time of their very first car trips. However, even though this precaution is second nature to them, they may not understand how important it is. Teaching seat belt safety to preschoolers can be a bit tricky. The goal is to convey the vital function of the safety belt without frightening...

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