History of Seatbelts Seatbelt Fun Facts Science of Seatbelts Statistics of Seatbelts Random

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What is no
The Model T (car from the 1920s) had seatbelts
 

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

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

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What is everyone
Who should wear seatbelts

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What is 1960s
The decade that seatbelts became mandatory

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

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To be explained
Car Naming Challenge

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

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To be explained
Basket toss

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

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

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

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To be explained
Push Up competition

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

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One member of each team will compete
Arm Wrestle Challege

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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