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Rear-seat passengers are three times more likely to die in a crash if they’re unbuckled, so it's important for fleet drivers to make sure all passengers are wearing seat belts each and every trip.

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National Cost of Crashes Reaches $871B

A new study from the National Highway Traffic Administration underscores the high economic toll and societal impact of motor vehicle collisions in the U.S. each year.

GM Adds Seat Belt Safety System to Fleet Vehicles

General Motors announced plans to launch a seat belt assurance system on select fleet vehicles that will not allow shifting from park until the driver and front passenger are wearing their seat belts.

Commercial Drivers Less Likely to Wear Seat Belts

VINELAND, NJ - Only 72 percent of commercial vehicle drivers wear seat belts compared with 90 percent of passenger-vehicle motorists surveyed by the South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization and South Jersey Traffic Safety Alliance.