“In America, we’d be wearing seatbelts and helmets!” Seva was right, and tip-toeing on rickety tin roofs above people’s ancient apartments was a bit nerve-racking, but it’s easily the most unique and romantic way to see beautiful St.
However when the driver is unbuckled, children buckled up only thirty percent of the time.)
Reasons for wearing seatbelts: better impact absorption capabilities
saving billions of dollars on medical and employment issues
The first seat belt law began in 1984 Why do people refuse to wear seatbelts?
Sixty-three percent of these deaths occur due to not wearing seat belts.
Reasons for wearing seatbelts: save lives (wearing seatbelts increases chances of survivng by 50 %)
better stability of driving position
Reasons for wearing seatbelts:
more control of a car
reduce the amount of children dead in the car accidents
National crash shows that if a driver is buckled up children are buckled up ninety four percent of the time.
The advertisement has been created in order to promote road safety, and is from a series of advertisements called ‘THINK!’ The specific advert I am to analyse is called ‘Backwards’, and deals with the decision of whether or not to wear seatbelts whilst travelling in a car.