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Where did the name Alberta Canada come from?

The province of Alberta was named after one of Queen Victoria's daughters, Princess Louise Caroline Alberta. Princess Louise married John Campbell the fourth Governor General

What year were seat belts made compulsory?

The first country to introduce the legislation of compulsory seat belts was Australia in 1970, with many other countries following shortly after. In Canada, seat belts were ma

What is the Seat Belt Law?

  a seat belt law is a law of the road

What is Missouri's seat belt law?

As of May 2014, Missouri's seat belt law states that seat belts  must be worn by all passengers in the front seat. In the back seat,  those younger than 16 years old must we

What are the seat belt laws in Texas?

In Texas, all drivers and passengers in a vehicle must be secured  by seat belts. Child seats must also be buckled according to the  proper guidelines for any child under 8

Did 68 VW come with seat-belts?

Yes, the 68 VW came with seat belts for both front and back sets. The front seats for the Beetle were 3 point retractable seat belts and lap belts in the rear.

What does newtons second law of motion have to do with seat belts?

Newton's Seccond Law has to do with seat belts because it depends on the force in motion of the object like the car and the seat belts so the car is in motion and to mension t

How do seat belts relate to newtons second law of motion?

Newton's 2nd law is F=ma. That is Force is equal to mass times acceleration. The use of a seat belt prevents acceleration of the restrained person. This reduces the effects of
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What does a seat belt have to do with newtons first law?

Simplifying Newton's first law.. an object  continues to do whatever it happens to be doing unless a force  is exerted upon it. A seat-belt - is the 'force' that changes th