Nobody can deny the fact that wearing a seatbelt
is very important while you are driving.
Studies have shown that the use of a seatbelt
reduces death risk by 40 to 50 per cent in case of an accident for passengers in the front seats and between 25 to 75 percent for passengers in the rear seats.
In last nine months, the Abu Dhabi traffic police have issued fines to 39,956 motorists who failed to wear their seatbelt
MAKE sure you're wearing your seatbelt
- police will be checking.
Laws The seatbelt
law in Egypt currently applies to drivers and front-seat passengers only; and according to 2003 statistics by Egypt's Ministry of Interior, 70 percent of drivers do wear seatbelts
Arab News Hundreds of motorists have been fined for flouting new traffic offenses (Shutterstock) DUBAI: More than 2,000 motorists have been fined for flouting strict new seatbelt
laws on Abu Dhabi's roads in the first two months since the new rules were introduced.
Drivers often encounter signs and ad campaigns that remind them of the numerous risks they face if they don't use their seatbelt
-- "Buckle Up It's The Law" and "Click It Or Ticket" are some of the more familiar ones.
Ford Motor Company introduced an inflatable seatbelt
system in 2011.
Police are planning an island-wide seatbelt
campaign in the week starting Monday, August 15, as part of efforts to prevent and reduce road traffic collisions, particularly serious and fatal ones.
DRIVERS and their passengers across Wales are being warned to buckle up as a major seatbelt
enforcement campaign begins on Monday.
The safety board posted the seatbelt
warning Thursday on Twitter and followed it up with another tweet that linked to a report about 16 passengers and crew being injured on an Air Canada flight in 2011, when a Boeing 767 flying over the North Atlantic pitched up and down for 46 seconds as it dodged another aircraft.
ROAD policing crews in the North East are supporting a Europe-wide seatbelt
campaign next week.