The Pan American Health Organization and AAA are working to promote seatbelt use among Hispanics. The effort is being prompted by a AAA study showing a lack on consistent seatbelt use by Mexican immigrants and the fact that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for Latino men in the U.S. “We know that wearing seatbelts can reduce the risk of death and injury in a collision by as much as 60%, and child safety seats reduce risk of death by 71% for infants and by 54% for kids ...

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