Seat belt use among rear passengers: validity of self-reported versus observational measures
- Where's a cop when you need one? Sorge, Marjorie // Automotive Industries;May97, Vol. 177 Issue 5, p11
Editorial. Argues the need for the seat belt usage as a primary enforcement law when looking at certain incidences, like driving with children standing in the back seat of the vehicle without seal belts on, and cabs with no seat belts. Significance of having seat belt usage as a primary...
- Seat Belt requirements for kids in vehicles. // Munday Courier (TX);3/15/2012, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p5
The article offers information on seat belt requirements for children in vehicles as ordered by the sheriff of Knox County, Texas.
- Buckle up or get less. // State Legislatures;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p14
Reports on the decision of the Supreme Court of Colorado that lowers the amount of damages that will be awarded to motorists who do not use seat belt. Law passed by the state assembly on seat belt use.
- New rule due on seat-belt fit. Gates, Max // Automotive News;8/1/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5563, p2
Reports on federal safety officials' release of rules for improved seat-belt fit in the United States. Possible actions; Encouragement for more belt use; Installation of safety-belt anchorages to satisfy customer demands.
- THE AIR BAG/SEAT BELT CONTROVERSY: HOW THE STATES VOTED. Kneuper, Robert; Yandle, Bruce // Eastern Economic Journal;Spring96, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p147
Examines a rare voting opportunity that came with automobiles' airbag/seatbelt struggle of the mid- to late-1980s. Theory of legislative votes; Presentation of empirical model; Benefits from lobbying for mandatory belt laws.
- Big brother says belt up. Blake, Kevin // Consumers' Research Magazine;Apr97, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p38
Reports about the Maryland state legislature approval to make failure to wear a seatbelt be a primary offense. Findings on its effectivity as a primary offense in Maryland, Washington D.C. and North Carolina; Reactions of some critics regarding the issue.
- Belt up in Oklahoma. Blake, Kevin // Consumers' Research Magazine;Aug97, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p38
Focuses on the seatbelt law passed by Oklahoma. Means and effectiveness of the laws; Seatbelt use rate.
- Buckle up. // Christian Science Monitor;4/25/97, Vol. 89 Issue 105, p20
Editorial. Discusses a legislation by American President Bill Clinton which requires persons to wear seatbelts. Statistics on the number of persons who do not wear seatbelts; Detailed information on the bill.
- New York state seatbelt laws explained. Werner, Dave // Adirondack Daily Enterprise;7/3/2010, Vol. 117 Issue 156, pA5
The article discusses the provisions under the seatbelt laws in New York under Section 1229-c of the state Vehicle and Traffic Law.