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Child safety seat and safety belt use among urban travelers

Charles B. Stoke

Child safety seat and safety belt use among urban travelers

results of the 1983-1986 surveys

by Charles B. Stoke

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Published by Virginia Highway & Transportation Research Council in Charlottesville, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Automobiles -- Virginia -- Seat belts -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Charles B. Stoke.
      SeriesVHTRC ;, 87-R14, VHTRC (Series) ;, 87-R14.
      ContributionsVirginia Highway & Transportation Research Council.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTL159 .S75 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 31 p. :
      Number of Pages31
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2496300M
      LC Control Number87621009

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Child safety seat and safety belt use among urban travelers by Charles B. Stoke Download PDF EPUB FB2

CHILD SAFETY SEAT AND BELT USE AMONG URBAN TRAVELERS Results of the Survey by Charles B. Stoke Research Scientist INTRODUCTION There is a great body of literature detailing the advantages safety belt use by motor vehicle occupants. This literature cites the probability of reducing injuries, including fatal injuries, and projects the value of.

to make the use of such seat belt practical and the use of an approved child restraint impractical.fl Safety restraint use among children has been monitored in Virginia using roadside surveys since the early s.

Changes were made in the survey methodology to allow the survey to reflect the changes in the child restraint law. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented.

Always buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by up to 80%. Page last reviewed: September 6, According to a national daytime observational survey of motorists insafety belt use among front seat occupants was 89 percent in rural areas and 90 percent in urban areas.

Enriquez, J. and Pickrell, T.M. Seat belt use in — overall results. Report No. DOT HS Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

The seat belt usage rate for the urban counties was 90% and 88% for the rural counties. The Utah Crash Summary published by the Department of Public Safety reports percentages of children ages using child safety seats. The child safety seat usage for year-olds is %.

Of concern is the drastically lower percentage (%) of child safety seat usage. See Child Safety Seat Ease of Use Ratings for more information. Adults with Special Needs Adults (18 years or older) who have physical challenges that require the support and security of a CRS or device in order to travel safely on an airplane may request an exemption to the FAA 's regulations that require each passenger to be properly secured.

The rear-facing position supports a child’s head, neck and spine and helps reduce stress to the neck and spinal cord in a crash. Children should ride in a vehicle’s back seat in rear-facing safety seats from birth until at least age 2, or until they reach their convertible seat’s upper weight limit, which should be around 35 pounds.

One of the safest choices drivers and passengers can make is to buckle up. Many Americans understand the lifesaving value of the seat belt – the national use rate was at % in Seat belt use in passenger vehicles saved an estima lives in Understand the potentially fatal consequences of not wearing a seat belt and learn what you can do to make.

NOTE: Seat belts—If you install a car safety seat by using your vehicle's seat belt, you must make sure the seat belt locks to hold the seat tightly. In most newer cars, you can lock the seat belt by pulling it all the way out and then allowing it to retract to keep the seat belt tight around the car safety seat.

We help families protect their children from falls, drowning, burns, poisonings and more so kids get the freedom that comes from being active, healthy and safe at home. Home Safety Tips. Working to Protect Kids in Cars and on the Road. Whether it’s how to use and install car seats, education about the danger of heatstroke, or how to make.

Motor vehicle and water-related injuries, including drowning, are also major health and safety concerns for child travelers. In assessing a child who is planning international travel, clinicians should: Review routine childhood and travel-related vaccinations.

The Illusion of Safety We're pushing aside definitive data on school bus seat belts instead of learning from it. By Richard Williams, Opinion contributor Dec. 29, A child safety seat, sometimes called a infant safety seat, child restraint system, child seat, baby seat, car seat, or a booster seat, is a seat designed specifically to protect children from injury or death during vehicle commonly these seats are purchased and installed by car owners, but car manufacturers may integrate them directly into their vehicle's design.

Community-wide information and enhanced enforcement campaigns can increase public awareness of child safety seat laws and support other child passenger safety interventions. Enhanced enforcement might increase detection and. Since the Michigan Child Passenger Protection Law was enacted, use of child restraints and safety belts has blank, while blank and blank have blank.

- Children are to be properly buckled in a car seat or booster seat until they are 8 years old or 4-feet, 9-inches tall. Task Force on Community Preventive Services. Recommendations to reduce injuries to motor vehicle occupants: increasing child safety seat use, increasing safety belt use, and reducing alcohol-impaired driving.

American Journal of Preventive Medicine 21(4S)– Thompson DC, Rivara F, Thompson R. Evenflo Tribute Sport Convertible Car Seat, Gunther The Evenflo Tribute Convertible Car Seat combines safety, comfort & ease for the ultimate value in child restraints. Compact in size, the Tribute provides a great vehicle fit while providing side impact protection.

Try this seat for a top notch extended-use option at an affordable price/5(K). The CPSTF finding is based on evidence from a systematic review of 4 studies (search period through March ). The review was conducted on behalf of the CPSTF by scientists from CDC’s Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention with input from a team of specialists in systematic review methods and experts in research, practice, and policy related to motor.

Rural residents are less likely than urban residents to wear seat belts or to use child safety seats,14, 22, 23 and they are more likely to consume alcohol In addition, enforcement of traffic safety laws, such as laws against drunk driving and speeding, may be limited in some rural areas because of the reduced density of traffic enforcement Cited by: The best way to keep your child safe in the car is to use the right car seat in the right way.

Here are some car seat safety tips to protect your most precious cargo. Hard Facts about Safety in Cars. Road injuries are the leading cause of preventable deaths and. Among drivers and front-seat passengers, safety belts reduce the risk of death by 45%, and cut the risk of serious injury by 50%.

In Massachusetts inthe safety belt usage rate was %. Massachusetts law requires every person in a passenger motor vehicle to wear a safety belt or sit in a.1.

Introduction. Despite the demonstrated effectiveness of child safety seats, their increased availability, and child restraint laws that have been in effect in every state for over 25 years, the leading cause of death among children over the age of 1 year in the United States continues to be injuries sustained as motor vehicle (MV) occupants (National Highway Traffic Safety Cited by:   After New York State passed the first seat belt law inobserved belt use rose from 14 percent to 37 percent within two years.

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