63% of people killed in crashes weren't wearing their seat belts. And it's not just people who never wear them. Some teens have been killed just pulling out of the gas station, reaching over to put their seat belt on. Or two blocks into their drive, searching for that perfect tune before belting up. In a crash, a seat belt is the best defense between being uninjured, and being a memory. Buckle up first, then hit the road.
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