New Study Says Unbelted Rear Seat Passengers Are At Risk
According to a new study by AAA New York State, it’s just as important to wear a seatbelt in the back seat as in the front. According to their study, between the years of 1995 and 2014, 886 unbelted back seat occupants over the age of 16 were killed in Western New York. Their research shows that back seat occupants that don’t wear their seatbelts, are three times more likely to be killed in a motor vehicle accident.
To learn more about the study, read the full story at WIBV.com
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