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Safety Belts. NAME Prosecuting Attorney. Common Traffic Issues. Intoxicated Driving Over The Limit, Under Arrest Safety Belts Click It or Ticket Mobilization Child Safety Restraints Running Red Lights Distracted Driving. National Alarming Facts.

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safety belts

Safety Belts

NAME

Prosecuting Attorney

common traffic issues
Common Traffic Issues
  • Intoxicated Driving
    • Over The Limit, Under Arrest
  • Safety Belts
    • Click It or Ticket Mobilization
  • Child Safety Restraints
  • Running Red Lights
  • Distracted Driving
national alarming facts
National Alarming Facts
  • In 2010, 55 percent of the passenger vehicle occupants killed in traffic crashes were not using restrained.
  • In 2010, 36 percent of the pickup truck drivers killed in traffic crashes were not using restraints.
  • Seat belts, when used, reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45% and light-truck occupants by 60%.
national alarming facts1
National Alarming Facts
  • In 2010, the overall shoulder belt rate in the United States was 85 percent, compared to 84 percent in 2009
  • In 2010, in fatal crashes, 56 percent of passenger vehicle occupants were unrestrained males.
  • Research has found that lap/shoulder seat belts, when used, reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45 percent and the risk of moderate-to-critical injury by 50 percent.
michigan safety belt use
Michigan Safety Belt Use
  • In 2012, safety belt use in Michigan decreased to 93.64 percent.
  • In 2008, Michigan was the highest state with safety belt use, of 97.9 percent compared to 93.7 percent in 2007.
  • Safety belt enforcement zones have made the enforcement effort far more visible to motorists.
alarming facts
Alarming Facts

Fiction: Safety belts are just as likely to harm you as help you.

Fact: An occupant protection system is designed to prevent ejection from the car in a crash.

  • In fatal crashes, 73 percent of passenger car occupants who were ejected were killed. Only 1% of the occupants reported to be using restraints were ejected, compared with 30 percent of the unrestrained occupants.
click it or ticket mobilization
Click It or Ticket Mobilization
  • More Law Enforcement than ever involved.
  • Using Enforcement Zones across the state.