Safety First = Seatbelt First
Many teens enjoy driving; however, they are the least likely group of people to use their seatbelts. https://www.dmv.org/articles/teen-driver-safety-seat-belt-use/
Buckling your seatbelt is the first thing you should do upon entering your car.
Anything can happen when you're driving and using your seatbelt allows you to be more safe in the event of a collision.
As you can see here; the teen in the beige car is not wearing a seatbelt; however, the teen in the red car is.
Wearing a seatbelt reduces the risk of fatal injury to the driver and front seat passengers by as much as 45%! https://www.dmv.org/articles/teen-driver-safety-seat-belt-use/
Always wear a seatbelt. It can save your life.
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