Wearing a seat belt is not just only the law, but can also save your life. Wearing restraints have risen 85% for those involved in accidents, but statistics still prove thousand more lives could have been saved with the remaining majority had they been wearing a seat belt as well. 56% of male fatalities were unrestrained while 43% of female fatalities were unrestrained. The back seat is not any safer with 63% of fatalities occurring in those left unrestrained in the back seat. The following collection of seat belt slogans are focused on increasing awareness and encouraging drivers and passengers alike to buckle up.
10 fingers, 10 toes 2 eyes 1 nose… safety counts.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Be alert! Accidents hurt.
Be aware Take care.
Behind the wheel, anger is one letter away from danger.
Best gift you can give your family is YOU! Please be safe.
Break the drive and arrive alive.
Click clack front and back.
Click it or ticket!
courtesy is contagious.
Doesn’t matter how far. JUST BELT UP!
Don’t forget to wear a seat belt, it just ins’t worth it.
Give them a Brake!
Hands down, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
If everything comes your way, you are in the wrong lane.
If you don’t know the sender, it might be a pretender.
It only takes one mistake to bring us all down; don’t let it be yours!
Life’s short, don’t rush it.
Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.
No Belt. No Brains.
No safety – Know pain.
Safety in – we win.
Safety is a full time job – don’t make it a part time practice.
Safety is something that happens between your ears, not something you hold in your hands.
Safety starts with S but begins with you.
Seat belts save lives. Buckle up every time.
Speed Thrills but Kills.
Stop drop & roll.
The best car safety device is a rear-view mirror with a cop in it.
Trust your captain but keep your seat belt securely fastened.
When you gamble with safety you bet your life.
Yield to pedestrian — it’s the law.
You will need help if you don’t wear your seat belt.
The below infographic outlines statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for seat belt safety. The most common age group found among unrestrained passenger fatalities were 25 to 34 years old. This represented a 63% majority with 61% between the ages of 21 and 24 left unrestrained.
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