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1/4/2014, · The parallel with ,seat belts, is not perfect. For starters, there’s no dispute that if you have an accident, a ,seat belt, will help, whereas there certainly is dispute as to whether, if you have an accident, a cycle ,helmet, will help. But there are parallels.
11/5/2015, · Strict ,seat belt, policies, on the other hand, only affect the ,seat belt, wearer and definitely call into question the limits of legislation on personal freedom. If the repercussions of not wearing ,seat belts, only affect the decision maker, its hard to argue that society as a whole bears a significant cost as a result of people not wearing ,seat belts,.
But comparing the ,seat belt, issue to the current one over face masks doesn’t quite work. ,Seat belts, protect the user. If you drive you car into a tree, ,seat belts, will help protect you. The tree is out of luck. If you strike another car, you will be protected, but not the occupants of the other car unless they too are wearing their ,seat belts,.
The data clearly reflects the safety impact of ,seat belt, use. In 2000, only 70.7% of front ,seat, passengers were observed using ,seat belts,, and 50.9% of occupant deaths were unrestrained. The latest year with fatality data, 2018, shows that ,seat belt, use has risen to 89.6%, and unrestrained occupants death has dropped to 39.5%.
1950 saw the first factory installed ,seat belts, in the Nash Statesman and Ambassador models. Retractable ,seat belts, in automobiles were first introduced in the early 1950s by a neurologist, Dr. C. Hunter Shelden, as a way to prevent people suffering from auto accident-related head trauma.Volvo design engineer, Nils Bohlin, patented the first 3-point safety ,belt, in 1958.
This page details the exemptions from wearing a ,seat belt, or bicycle ,helmet, in Victoria. ,Seat belt,. The Victorian Road Safety Road rules 2017 allows an exemption for an occupant of a motor vehicle from wearing a ,seat belt, (which includes a child restraint and booster ,seat,) providing the following conditions are complied with:
image: source Why Do Indians “DISLIKE” ,Helmets, And ,Seat Belts,? According to statistics mentioned in an article of TOI, 75 percent passenger vehicle users (driver, co-driver and rear) in India refuse wearing ,seat belts, leading to 15 deaths every day. Also, in comparison to the US and Europe, ,seat belt, usage stood at 28 percent compliance only.
6/8/2015, · While the first ,seat belts, were installed by automobile manufacturers in the 1950s, ,seat belt, use remained very low until the 1980s. From 1984 through 1987, ,seat belt, use increased from 14 percent to 42 percent. This increase was the direct result of the passage of ,seat belt, laws in 31 states.