History of Seatbelts
Seatbelt Fun Facts
Science of Seatbelts
Statistics of Seatbelts
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The Model T (car from the 1920s) had seatbelts
What is no

100

the gender that is less likely to wear their seat belt
What is males

100

The name of the part of the seatbelt that goes over your lap
What is the lap belt

100

True or False: wearing a seatbelt reduces the risk of fatal injury (to front seat passenger) by 45%.
What is true

100

Who should wear seatbelts
What is everyone

200

The decade that seatbelts became mandatory
What is 1960s

200

True or False: people who are drunk are less likely to wear their seatbelt.
What is true

200

Car Naming Challenge
To be explained

200

Of total fatal accidents, what percentage of people were NOT wearing seatbelts
What is 48.1%

200

Basket toss
To be explained

300

The decade that the three-point seatbelt was created
What is 1950s

300

True or False: people are less likely to wear their seatbelt during the day
What is False

300

The name of the part of the seatbelt that protects your internal organs
What is the sash belt

300

Push Up competition
To be explained

300

True of False: deaths can be prevented by wearing seatbelts
What is true

400

Arm Wrestle Challege
One member of each team will compete

400

The age group that is less likely to wear their seatbelt
What is 16-24 (teens, young adults)

400

The name of the modern day seatbelt
What is the three-point seatbelt

400

The amount of lives saved in 2001 because of the use of seatbelts.
What is 12,500 (12,000-13,000)

400

True or False: officers/police (wo)men are excused from wearing seatbelts
What is false

500

True or False: the Saab GT 750 car model was the first to make seatbelts a standard part of a car.
What is True

500

True or False: people in pickup trucks are less likely to wear their seatbelts than people in other vehicles.
What is true

500

The part into which the tongue is pushed to connect the seatbelt.
What is the buckle

500

The amount of child lives saved because of the use of seatbelts from 1975-2013
What is 10,421 (10,000-11,000)

500

True or False: the president is allowed to NOT wear their seatbelt
What is false