Seat Belt Use
In the event of a crash, seat belt use saves lives. While buckling up is important for all ages, it is especially crucial for teenagers due to their high crash rate.
During the 2008 legislative session, the Iowa Department of Transportation recommended that the legislature pass a law requiring passengers under age 18 to use safety restraints in all seating positions.
Effective July 1, 2010, all motor vehicle occupants under age 18 must be secured by a seat belt, safety harness or child restraint system.
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Embrace Life - always wear your seat belt
An original approach to road safety advertising from the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership.
Two car accident near Amery Wisconsin
5 people ejected from the vehicles, 2 dead. Seatbelts would have saved their lives.
One car accident in Montana
True story of Jeremy Lugibihl and how there is room to live in a crashed vehicle if you wear your seat belt.