Study Finds Fewer Americans Are Wearing Rear Seat Belts

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Research from the Governors Highway Safety Association found fewer Americans are wearing seat belts when they're in the back seat. The study found in 2018 there were 803 deaths of rear seat occupants ages 8 and older who were not wearing seat belts. It said more than 400 would have survived if they had been using one.

Study Finds Fewer Americans Are Wearing Rear Seat Belts

Story by Jason Puhr

January 24, 2020

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