Seat Belt / Safety Belt Use Statistics


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Percent of People Who Responded They “Always Use a Seat Belt” Percent Usage
2015 85%
2014 86%
2009 84%
2005 82%
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Safety Belt Use Demographics and Statistics Data
Average number of lives saved by seat belts per year 18,383
Percent of people killed in car crashes who did not wear a sear belt 55%
Percent of people age 16-24 who use a seat belt 78%
Percent of children under age 8 who use a seat belt 89%
Percent of seat belt use in the Western part of U.S. 95%
Percent of people used seat belt used on expressways 90%
Percent of people used seat belt used on surface street 80%
Percent of weekday travelers who use seat belts 85%
Percent of people who wear a seat belt in the backseat in states where rear seat belt use was not required 66 %
Percent of people who wear a seat belt in the backseat in states where rear seat belt use was required 85 %
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Edgar Snyder & Associates
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 6, 2016

Seat Belt / Safety Belt Use Statistics

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