When I was a kid, we all watched Batman on TV as he and Robin jumped into the Batmobile. Before taking off, both super heroes paused to buckle their seat belts. And if you wanted to be cool like the bat duo, you made certain you did the same.
Today, buckling up has become routine and the law in most states. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, over half of drivers and passengers killed in car crashes were not wearing a seat belt. They recommend wearing seat belts as the most effective step you can take to keep yourself safe in a motor vehicle. Since 1975, it is estimated seat belts have saved over 250,000 lives. Read More