Back seat safety

Seat belts have saved 300,000 lives since they became standard equipment fifty years ago. But still 25 million people don’t buckle up, especially in the back seat. And Consumer Reports says that’s a danger to everyone in a car.

Most fatal car crashes occur within 25 miles of home. And being unbuckled in the back seat increases your risk of dying in a crash to three times what it is if you have your seat belt on according to the Governor’s Highway Safety Association.

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