Driving in a vehicle is inherently dangerous: you’re sitting behind the wheel of a two-ton hunk of metal that routinely travels up to 70 miles per hour. One of the main defenses against the devastation a crash can cause (besides employing the skills you learned in defensive driving school, or basic traffic lessons) is that woven strap of webbed polyester that crosses your body.
Your seat belt may not look like much, but it can mean the difference between a fender bender and a hospital visit. Let’s take a look at some of the myths that perpetuate lackadaisical seat belt use — and why they’re dead wrong.
Only 65% of teens consistently wear their seat belts as both a driver and a passenger; the truth shown above reveals how incredibly dangerous that statistic is. One of the best (and easiest) ways to teach your children the importance of seat belt safety is to enroll them in driving classes. Driver’s education is offered all across the country. Driving classes could save your child’s life — don’t take that risk.
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