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What Are the Odds

Did you know there was a car crash in Utah in 2016 every 8 minutes.

That’s a lot of crashes.

The chances of surviving a lightning strike are over 90%, but the odds you survive a car crash when you aren’t wearing a seat belt are just fifty-fifty.

If people truly understood the risk of driving unbuckled, they would never get in a vehicle without wearing a seat belt.

Think about how often you drive – every time you get in your car, there’s a chance you’ll crash. 

Officers will be working nighttime seat belt enforcement shifts on March 24th and 25th to stop and educate unbuckled drivers.

Don’t play the odds. Support the Zero Fatalities goal and Click It, or Ticket.



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