Do most people ride in back seat with no seat belt?
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yes theiris no reason to wear a seat belt if your i n the back
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You tried taking your back seat out of your Taurus but the middle seat belt became locked and the seat could not be removed because of the shoulder belt. How can you unlock the belt or remove shoulder?
Dam im having the same problem. I really hate this car. What a lame piece of junk. Have you tried to install a car stereo in a Taurus? Henry ford would be besides him self. This car isn't worth 50 bucks. Im sticking to general motors from here on out.
They are attached to the body under the back of the seat. If you can not see them they may have fallen back to the floor. You should be able to reach in between the seat bottom and back of seat, feel around until you find them and pull them back up.
What causes some people to get motion sickness while riding in the back seat of a vehicle but not the front?
Motion Sickness . Because in the back seat you may not see where you are going and in the front you can so you may get motion sickness by not looking where you are going.
Answer Not less likely to be in an accident unless they are prone to moving about the vehicle while they're driving.For instance trying to maintain control of the vehicle and get in the back seat at the same time. Seat belts won't prevent stupidity from happening only protect the possible stupid pe…rson from getting ejected through the window of the vehicle as it careens wildly across the median into oncoming traffic .Only coming to rest after hitting a transfer truck head-on and bouncing off into a 4 wheel tire-screeching skid side-swiping another vehicle in the process and the continuing over the embankment where upon it flips and bursts into flames. Now if you had your seat belt on this would not have happened because you would not be able to get into the rear seat and you would've known it so you probably wouldn't have tried to.However now you are trapped upside down inside a burning vehicle. I'm sorry what was I talking about again? Answer 2 In practice, I don't think you would a lot of difference. Nobody wants to crash. However, you can easily see reasons why there might be a difference between seatbelt-wearing and non-seatbelt wearing drivers. For example, people who don't wear seatbelts might try harder to avoid hitting something because they know the result is going to be painful. Have you ever noticed how Volvo drivers don't seem to care what they hit? Seatbelts could be kind of like that. However, if someone wears a seatbelt, it at least means they are thinking of road safety and the possibility of injury and are taking steps to reduce it. Possibly they are better educated about safe driving and are generally better drivers because of this. In World War I, the British air-force initially refused to give their pilots parachutes because they thought people would just jump out at the first sign of damage instead of fighting on and perhaps saving their expensive planes or downing the enemy. Unfortunately, this also meant a lot of pilots died needlessly. I don't think that drivers blindly trust seatbelts to save them, and therefore will try just as hard to avoid accidents. For this and the reasons above, I think they may be involved in fewer accidents than people who don't wear seatbelts. (MORE)
Why don't the police in Florida ticket people who let their children ride in a vehicle without seat belts car seats booster seats etc?
I'm not aware of laws in Florida, but the decision to cite a driver for a minor offence such as that is usually at the discression of the officer making the stop.
Keeps you in the car and out of the windshield when you have an accident!
Because they don't care. If they wont take two seconds to protecttheir life, their probably isn't much to live for. There is no main reason but there are many excuses. It is annoying,uncomfortable, a very short trip. takes too long to put on or takeoff, etc
Good question!\n. \nA lot more that are alive today than those than didn't\nBuckle up.\n. \n. \nFew realize - that the Seat belt will allow you to remain in the drivers seat, possibly long enough to recover control of your vehicle. You can't help much if thrown or bounced into the headliner or pa…ssenger seat.. Zero. None (MORE)
No way. But a doctor's order might go a long way in traffic court. In general, if you are so ill that you can't wear a seat belt, you are not fit to be on the road.
the rear seatbelte in the early 80's broncos, were atached directly to the rear seat.
The Louisiana Superdome... The new indoor stadium in Arlington, Texas will "hold" more fans because fans are allowed to stand in a certain portion of the stadium. The La. Superdome actually has more seats then the new Arlington stadium
You could but it would require removal of the back seat andpossibly needing longer bolts to accommodate the extra seatbeltthickness where it attaches. It also requires a special tool toremove the seatbelt hold down bolts.
Saturn used to sell a substitute hook for the automated seatbelts. The car came with one too. It's small metal & you put it into the spot where the seatbelt used stop in. then you can hook the cloth belt into & drive the car. I'd also pull the fuse on the automated belts so that doesn't drain the ba…ttery trying to get it back into place after the car is off (it keeps trying).. They had 32 left when I bought mine 2 years ago. So, if they don't have one, look on ebay. (MORE)
Abraham Lincoln had the most seats until ice cream took over the world and fought against bacon for the title
In states with seatbelt laws, there is no age at which you can ride in the vehicle without wearing a seatbelt, front or back. All passengers are required to be buckled up. But in some states ,like Michigan, the age to not wear a seat belt is 16 and only in the back seat
People need to wear seat belts in the back because they could be thrown out the window if in a car accident Added: In most US states there is no statutory requirement that adult back seat passengers be belted. To be certain of the law in your state contact your local law enforcement agency or off…ice of the DMV. (MORE)
The Chevy Tahoe, GMC Yukon, Chevy Suburban. Definetly not ford, Chrysler, Honda, Toyota, or Nissan products.
Because if you got into a car wreck and you didn't have seatbelt on then you can get hurt.. To avoid impact on the chest/head injury when sudden break is applied or during any accident
(from personal experience and people I've quizzed) Younger drivers think it isn't good for their reputation -honestly- Alot of people feel hemmed in and uncomfortable with seat-belts on. And the majority simply forget! Seat belts have saved my life on 6 occasions, my friends who weren't …wearing their belts at the time were not quite as fortunate. Alas. Always, always wear a seat belt, even if you're going to the shops a mile down the road. Looking uncool is better than looking cool in a coffin. (MORE)
Legally, only one. In the past however, two kids would use one belt on a school bus. From a safety aspect, I would say one per person is probably safest.
i belive that the figure was around 20 million in erourp, and around 50 million in the usa ****** Umm according to that figure approx 16% of the population of the US died in a motor vehicle accident in 2008. I think you should maybe rethink that.
There are a number of reasons why a person may not wear a seatbelt in a car or other vehicle. These include: . The person is permitted to travel in that vehicle without wearing a seatbelt, possibly for a specific job or task. . A person cannot wear a seatbelt due to a medical condition. Some… people may also travel in a vehicle without wearing a seatbelt because they forget to put one on, or consciously decide not to wear one (which is illegal). (MORE)
If you do not wear a seatbelt in the rear of the vehicle and you are involved in a collision, you not only greatly increase your chance of getting injured but you also carry the risk of injuring or killing the person sitting in front of you. An unrestrained child sitting in the rear of the vehicle, …in a 30mph collision, will hit the seat in front, and anything in it, with the force equivalent in weight to that of a baby elephant! (MORE)
It is a legal requirement in most (if not all) countries that a person seated in the back-seat of a car or other vehicle wears a seatbelt at all times. This is to insure maximum safety for the occupants of the vehicle.
I think it goes by age. If your 16 and older you don't have to, but all younger have to. Front seat driver and passengers all have to wear a seat belt
Because in the event of a accident, and at high enough speeds, you can be thrown from your seat and out the vehicles windshield, but a seatbelt will restrain you and keep you in your seat so that you are not thrown from the car.
Too many! Half the deaths in the United States are caused because people do not wear seat belts.
There are a number of reasons that people choose not to wear a seat belt when traveling in a car or other vehicle. Generally, it is because they cannot be bothered putting the seat belt on, or find it uncomfortable/annoying, and therefore ignore the threat to their safety. Others may forget to put t…heir seat belt on until after they start driving, and are not prepared to pull over and put it on (again, ignoring the danger that this places them in). (MORE)
A study by the University of North Dakota indicates that seat belts increase the chances of death during a crash to slightly over %87.
order new belts from an OEM supplier with new bolts and washers. remove rear seat and go to work!
The 1965 came with lap belts for the front seat only. This was a new law for 1965 and only required front belts.
Seat belts aid in the prevention of passenger ejection during collisions. They also restrain passengers into safer sections of the automobile in the event of a crash, as sections of the vehicle are designed to crumple to dissapate energy and the limbs of an unrestrained individual could inadvertantl…y travel into such sections and be crushed or severed. Seat belts rarely ride down on a person when properly adjusted for their size. Belts should always be snug across the body of a passenger. (MORE)
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics for 2008, 10,691 people who died in auto crashes were wearing their seat belt.
That probably depends a bit on what country you are in, and what state or province, but in general, yes it is legal to add a seat belt in back of an SUV, as long as the process of doing so does not impair vehicle safety or controllability.
The child, if she/he is under twelve years old (age may vary by state/region) and generally 4'9" in height (about 148 cm) then they should be in the back seat, regardless of airbags or not. The back seat is the safest place for a child since they are the most protected there.
No. In my state it's 11 and the ages in states might vary. Surly an 8 year old couldn't though.
If there is weight on the seat, it senses that (probably a spring systme), and if the seat belt isn't in the buckle (there's a sensor there as well), the light flashes or it beeps.
Why ask, just wear the stupid thing! ***** None, they died from trauma as a result of motor vehicle accidents.
Because there are too many people in the world, and killing off those too dumb to wear a seat belt would help with that problem and raise average human intelligence a tiny fraction of a percent at the same time. There really is no good reason to not wear a seat belt, unless you're too young/s…mall for it to be effective, in which case you should be in a special car seat. (MORE)
You can take a flat-head screwdriver and slowly push it back in at an angle, while carefully making sure that it is going in with no tangles. If the seat belt is completely out (like torn out), take it to a Honda dealer or repair shop
Every age. Any person can be thrown out of a vehicle. It doesn't have to do with age, weight or height. That's why in most states it's illegal to drive without one.
You must have a full moped licence. If you only have a cbt and nothing else then it is illegal.
Because if had a crash you would ether hit a seat or come flying out on the window
I keeps you safe by not letting you fly out of the car if you are in the event of a car crash.
probably about the same amount as those wearing one. sometimes a seat belt can kill you by taking off your head or crushing your chest into your heart Save or lungs. that's why i believe it should not be a law just because some law authority thinks it should be because of his or her opinion.
Primarily to keep people safely positioned during accidents to reduce the severity of injuries. In the cause of amusement park rides, they are also used to keep people properly positioned during normal operation of the ride.
The most popular seat belt brand out there is probably velox. It is a tightly woven fabric band that is sometimes used for cars or manufacturing purposes.
Yes you should. A car impact can affect even those who are in the back seat in the car. Your head can fling into the seat in front of you and the impact can cause whip lash or other serious damages to your neck. This is the same safety hazard as it would be if you were sitting in the front of the ca…r. (MORE)
yes i know a Friend who Brok his Clair bone by not using a seat belt
The answers to this can be only opinion: . The Hyundai Santa Fe has the best riding front seats. . The Ford Explorer/Expedition/Excursion has the most comfortable front seats.