Save a life: Buckle up.

Seat belts save lives, which is why it’s vital that we all buckle up—every ride, front seat and back.

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Seat belts save lives. They reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45 percent and light-truck occupants by 60 percent.

Of the 35,092 people killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2015, 48 percent were not wearing seat belts.

In 2015 alone, seat belts saved an estimated 13,941 lives – and could have saved an additional 2,814 people if they had been wearing their seat belts.

In total, seat belts have saved 344,448 lives since 1975, when NHTSA first began recording this data. If everyone had been wearing a seat belt since, an additional 381,787 lives could have been saved.

During a vehicle crash, being buckled up helps keep you safe and secure inside your vehicle, whereas being completely thrown out of a vehicle is almost always deadly.

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Teen Driving Safety Workshop

This goal of this life changing program brings traffic safety awareness to teen drivers through interactive lecture, guest speakers, and multi-media presentations. Lastly, students walk away with a better understanding of the awesome responsibilities involved in driving, as well as the consequences of poor decisions behind the wheel.


What are the odds

Don’t play the odds. In 2015, seat belts saved an estimated 13,941 people from dying. From 2011 to 2015 seat belts saved nearly 64,000 lives.

Second Chance: Truck

60% of pickup truck occupants who were killed in 2015 were not buckled up. In real life you don’t get a second chance. That’s why cops give tickets.

Buckle Up What You Love

If your pizza and your fish get buckled up, shouldn’t you do the same for yourself? Cops want you to buckle up what you love, and that includes you.


of teens ages 15-19 years old in 2014 killed in vehicle crashes were not wearing a seat belt.


of high school students in 2015 reported wearing seatbelt riding with someone else


of passengers killed in 2015 who were not wearing a seat belt


U.S. seat belt rate in 2016

Click It Or Ticket

Your seat belt is crucial to surviving a crash.

Make it a habit to always buckle up every time.

Drowsy Driving

Distracted Driving

Drunk Driving


Drugged Driving