Posted by: DO/Tuesday, October 3, 2017/Categories: In The News
A National Safety Council study released last month indicates that seat belt use varies widely from state to state and the lack of drivers buckling up continues to be a leading cause of traffic accidents across America.
In 1999, an estimated 9,500 people died unnecessarily because they were not wearing seat belts. As more and more Americans hit roadways and increase highway congestion this busy summer season, AutoTrader.com reminds consumers to slow down and follow these 10 tips to keep accidents to a minimum:
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