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Expiry :2011-09-01

Seatbelts Are A Necessary Component In All Types Of Car For Safe Traveling:
Seatbelts are included in every car on the market for a reason. Experts know that they save lives and prevent injuries during a crash. The law requires drivers to wear them and some states have gone as far as mandating children and front seat drivers to put them on, as well.

Did you ever wonder why these laws are necessary? How a seat belt works and why they are included in all vehicles?
A seat belt was design to protect the wearer from harm in a crash by restraining them from moving forward. When you’re in a crash and the vehicle stops abruptly your body will keep moving and impact with whatever is in front of it.
If you aren’t wearing a seat belt in a crash your body has nothing to hold it back and it will collide with the steering wheel or windshield.
Being thrown from a vehicle is a truly frightening experience. It is often fatal for those who aren’t wearing a seatbelt. When you are ejected from a vehicle your body continues to move at the speed you were traveling before the collision. This means your body will likely be thrown a great distance. READ MORE

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