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    into their car seats or are not in the appropriate seats each time they ride in a car. The reason why children are not fastened properly in their car seat is simply because the majority of parents or caregivers do not know the appropriate safety precautions. Due to this lack of attentiveness children are unwillingly risking their lives. Sadly, a tremendous amount of children are even losing their lives. This problem needs to be addressed for the sake of younger children who are not aware of the danger they are in. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this issue to properly secure and provide safety of these innocent children. People who are responsible for the child think they know the…

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    Car Seat Safety

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    Newborns or children under a year old should be placed in infant-only/rear-facing car seats for their safety. Special handles on these seats enable a carrier to be removed independently from the car allowing parents the ability to move their children without having to take them out of their car seat. Therefore, ease of installation and removal should be high on list of requirements. Children transitioning from infant to toddler height and weight can be moved to convertible car seats. This just…

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    laws are important in car safety. When a car crashes, the passengers and the car it self, slow down quickly, which causes harm to the passengers. A car crash comes with an immense force, because of the quick stop. Newer cars have safety features that soak up the kinetic energy in collisions, which are; seat belts, air bags and crumple zones. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. The kinetic energy of an object is the energy it owns because of its motion. These safety features increase the time…

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    Car Safety Essay

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    society has different views on car safety. Every car has different kinds of outperform safeties. When people ride the car, they need to put the seatbelt on and protect ourselves however there are some people who doesn’t follow this rule. This essay talks about the function of the car safety and how does the safety equipment involved to the science for keeping the people safe. Also, the safety equipment that this essay talks are seatbelts, airbags, crumple zones, and anti-lock brakes. The aim…

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    Comparing Car Safety

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    The developments of technology continue to advance the performance, efficiency and safety of vehicles available today. These advancements of car safety technology enable to save more lives. This article will compare the safety features of a 2011 Hyundai Getz S TB and a 2009 Holden Astra CD. Both cars are in a similar price range but which car is better when it comes to safety. The safety features that are to be reviewed include; seat belts, air bags, anti- locking break system (ABS), crumple…

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    The driving age should be raised to 18 because for teens safety. The driving age should be raised to a higher age like 18 because teens text on their phones while they are driving that puts them in danger and others. When teens get in a car wreck the number of car wrecks increases. Teens are not ready to drive because they go to party’s and drink then they drive drunk and that will lead them into a car wreck. Most teens want a car to drive but they do not know the consequences when you are…

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    Teenage Driving Essay

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    Research shows that teens aged between 16 and 19 are involved in car accidents four times more as compared to the rate of adult drivers between 25 and 69 years (Shinar 219). The research findings suggest that teen drivers make several critical errors on the road, including inexperience, lack of scanning in detecting as well as responding to hazards, overspeeding where there are speed limits, being distracted by gadgets like cellphones among others (Heath 6). In reality, it is arguable that…

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    noise. He looked up, and before he could react, he ran full speed into another car. Mark was only 15, but since he was being so irresponsible he got himself and another person killed. The driving age in Georgia should not be lowered because teens are too distracted by their phones, lowering the driving age would increase traffic levels, and teens are too immature, irresponsible, and reckless. The Georgia Department of Driver Services requires teens to follow a graduated driver's license…

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    Shockingly, more males were reported in headphone related accidents than females. In statistical comparison male victims took up a whopping 68 percent of these deaths, leaving females taking up a significantly smaller 32 percent. One heartbreaking aspect of these deaths was the fact that in twenty-nine percent of these headphone related accidents, a car horn was honked loudly or repeatedly, someone without headphones in would have heard such noise and been warned of the fatal danger that was…

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    While driver responsibility and attention to the road are required when driving on and off the road, there’s no denying the importance of having the right set of safety features. Car safety features, whether these are standard on the vehicle or as options, are critical in ensuring the general well-being of the driver, the passengers and even the pedestrians. This is the reason why the government has rules and regulations in place when it comes to the safety standards that should be included in…

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