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Persuasive Speed (with notes) - Seat Belt Safety

Persuasive Speed (with notes) - Seat Belt Safety - 2002...

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2002 Highway crashes reached the highest level since 1990 59% of the 42,850 people killed were unrestrained
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11,000 11,000 lives saved in America each year Seat belts are the most effective means of reducing deaths and serious injuries
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In the past 26 years, safety belts have prevented 3.8 million 3.8 million injuries injuries
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WARNING
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Even if you aren’t killed, you have a 86% chance you have a 86% chance of suffering severe of suffering severe injuries injuries – injuries that could have been prevented or dramatically reduced with the proper use of a seat belt.
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“I’m only going to the shopping center.”
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“I won’t be in an accident – I’m a good driver.”
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“I’ll just brace myself with the steering wheel.”
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“”I’m afraid the seat belt will trap me in the car.”
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“I don’t need a belt – I have an airbag!”
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“Law doesn’t require use of rear seat belts.” In a crash at 30 mph, a back seat passenger without a seat belt is thrown forward with the force of three and a half tons (based on the
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