Automobile safety

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  • Safetybelts Research Paper

    Rights Reserved i Table of Contents Seats and Restraint Systems Section 1 Seats and Seat Controls Safety Belts Air Bag Systems Restraint Systems for Children Features and Controls Section 2 Windows Keys and Door Locks Remote Keyless Entry (If Equipped)…

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  • Wearing Seatbelts Essay

    HAHAHA! Omg literally dying! But unlike me people are really dying. Two kids lives were changed drastically on November 10th 2012, and what they could of done to keep pain of two families away was just a click of a button. “Jesus Mondragon, 34,” ran a stop sign at an intersection and hit a car that “Hannah Worley,” 20, was driving. Not Hannah nor any of her four passengers were wearing seatbelts. Sergeant John Lewis of Highway Patrol said that “speed was not a factor” and there were two children…

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  • Why Are Seat Belt Important

    Nakaya, Greenhaven Press, 2006. Opposing Viewpoints. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, Accessed 7 Apr. 2017. Originally published as "testimony before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation," 2005. Kathyrn O'Leary. "Primary Seatbelt Enforcement Laws Are Beneficial." Cars in America, edited by Andrea C. Nakaya, Greenhaven Press, 2006. Opposing…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Secondary Law

    South Dakota is one of eighteen states that passed a “Secondary Law” saying that police officers need another reason for pulling someone over before citing an occupant for failing to buckle up. This reason can be anything from having a broken taillight or failing to stop at a stop sign. South Dakota’s law; however, states that the “driver and the front seat passenger must be wearing a seatbelt, that is properly adjusted and fastened, at all times while the vehicle is in forward motion”…

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  • Traffic Safety Issues

    avoid the westbound automobile. The two sisters were immediately pronounced dead at the site of the accident (Krug). Although there is nothing anyone can do…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Safe Driving And Seatbelts

    Driving is a continual function in most of our lives. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, many Americans now spend more than 100 hours a year just commuting to work. When operating our vehicles, it should be done as safely as possible because it is essential to everyone’s safety, but more often drivers become preoccupied with everything from loud music, applying makeup, eating food, and most commonly utilizing their cell phones. These distractions coupled with poor driving techniques…

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  • Ticket Persuasive Speech

    Mandatory “Click It or Ticket!”: Is It Really Too Much to Ask? Automobile accidents. No one enjoys thinking about them. Sometimes, seat belts supposedly mitigate their potentially injurious and fatal side effects. Nine out of ten passengers wear them while riding in a vehicle (IIHS). Anne Teigen of the National Conference of State Legislatures writes that in thirty-four states and Washington, D.C., which are primary-enforcement territories, a police officer can ticket the culprits, not just…

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  • Importance And Importance Of Seat Belt

    THE IMPORTANTCE OF THE SEAT BELTS 1. INTRODUCTION A seat-belt which is also known as a safety belt is a vehicle safety device that is intended to protect passengers in the vehicle against harmful movement that may occur during a collision or unexpected sudden stops. The main purpose of a seat belt is to decrease the chances of death or serious injuries in traffic collisions by decreasing the force of secondary impacts with the internal strike hazards by making sure that the passengers are seated…

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  • Car Seat Persuasive Speech

    There are many car seats that people use in the world today because of the benefits they enjoy from them especially the toddler car seats as they help to provide safety and comfort for the children as much as possible. The car seat is usually fixed to a vehicle and then children are placed in the rightly place in the seat. For the people that have been looking for a reliable car seat for their children, the Britax Marathon 70 Convertible Car Seat will be the best one for them. Children will…

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  • Why Speeding Is Important Essay

    Solid brakes that you can rely on are critical to your safety on the roads. That's why it's important to have your brakes inspected regularly and serviced when required. However, a trained mechanic can charge you an average of $349 or more per axle when you have your brakes done. It makes sense, then, to try and get the most life out of your new brakes. The good news is that a few changed habits can make a significant difference in the wear and tear that your brakes experience every day. Making…

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