Buckle Up

Buckle Up

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Storyboard Description

Wear your seat belt and save a life

Storyboard Text

  • Janice and Alice were standing outside waiting to get picked up.
  • However, upon entering the vehicle, Janice did not put on her seat belt. Alice knew she had to say something.
  • Janice, you should really wear your seat belt.
  • Seat belts are extremely important. They will provide a restraint in case of a serious crash.
  • I will be okay. It is only a short drive.
  • According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2014, more than half (53%-59%) of teens (13-19 years) and adults (20-44 years) who died in crashes were unrestrained at the time.  
  • In 2016, seat belt usage was able to save over 14,000 lives in the United States. Many people understand the importance of seat belts. The national use rate is at 90.1%. However, that means over 27 million people do not buckle up. The consequences of not buckling up could be severe and it takes away lives.
  • Yes, it is better to be safe than sorry.
  • Wow, that is crazy. I did not know that. I better buckle my seat belt.
  • Always remind your friends and family to put on their seat belts. You could save a life.
  • Because Alice convinced Janice to put on her seat belt, they were able to safely return home.
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