Ignition interlocks that restrict a vehicle from being started until occupants fasten their seatbelts could reduce traffic fatalities 16% by 2050, Australian road safety researchers say. Center for Automotive Safety Research experts used three datasets to examine the vehicle age profiles of drivers who were not wearing seatbelts. These included an observational study from 2009, hospital admission data from 2008-2010 and coroner’s report data from 2008. In each dataset, those not ...

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