Seat Belt Safety

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Wearing your seat belt is the best way to prevent death and serious injury in a crash. Remember to click it front and back--every person, every seat, every time!

Backseat Safety Videos

  • Under 13? Backseat and Buckled Up!

    Children's bodies are not done growing, which can put them at increased risk of injury or death in the event of a crash. If kids are under 13, make sure they are buckled up in the backseat.

  • Don't Be a Backseat Bullet!

    In a crash, unbelted backseat passengers become bullets, putting themselves, the driver, and front seat passenger at risk for serious injury or death. Wear your seat belt--every seat, every time.

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