Essay Seatbelts Save Lives

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One of the reason’s seatbelts have been able to save lives are because it could have less likely caused you to wreck or get hurt from not wearing your seatbelt during this time. But majority of the people now days that don’t wear their seatbelts will actually get in trouble for it and it is against the law now days. But majority of the people have got killed during this time in today’s world and maybe we can make it become a safer world today. Another reason to choose this would be able to persuade other’s to get in the habit of wearing their seatbelt also and to help not wreck as much as they do now days during the time we are here. Maybe in several years it will have gone done in the percentage of how people have died during this time…show more content…
Specific laws vary greatly from state to state, depending on the age of the rider and in what seat he or she is sitting. The seatbelt laws are in a lot of different states and there is a variety of people that could die from not wearing it all the time. A lot of people in New Hampshire are a lot of adults and there are hardly any kids there that may actually get hurt as much as they do in Tennessee and some of the states may actually have a Primary seat belt law in this country but majority of the people that are getting hurt are in the Passenger seat is more dangerous than the Driver but they are both very dangerous in the United States and a lot of them happen a lot of different ways in the United States.30 states, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands have primary seat belt laws. 19 states have secondary laws. New Hampshire has enacted neither a primary nor a secondary seat belt law for adults, although the state does have a primary child passenger safety law that covers children under 18. States with secondary enforcement average only 63 percent belt use. But states with primary (standard) enforcement belt laws average 78 percent belt use. When asked whether they support primary enforcement laws – laws that give law enforcement the authority to stop and ticket an unbuckled occupant, just as they do other routine violations of the law like littering or
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