AUTO: Did You Know?

Though many people might grumble about safety-belt laws, the laws appear to be working as the percentage of vehicle passengers buckling up continues to rise, according to the United States Department of Transportation.


In 2006, the state with the lowest safety-belt use was Mississippi, where only 60.8 percent of vehicle passengers wore safety belts. On the other hand, Hawaii is leading the way, with better than 95 percent buckling up.

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