Seat Belts Are There for a Reason

About one in four adults admit they don’t wear seatbelts when riding in the back seat. Most people incorrectly believe that riding in the back seat is safer than the front. Drivers are twice as likely to be fatally injured when passengers are riding unbuckled in the back. If they are not wearing a seatbelt, they come flying forward.

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Sunglasses

It is important to protect your eyes, especially from the damaging sun. The American Optometric Association says that you should always wear sunglasses during the daylight hours! Now you have an excuse to look like a movie star.

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Can Cell Phones Really Be Dangerous?

Cell phones are a huge distraction while driving and walking. According to the National Cancer Institute, there are three main reasons why people are concerned that cell phones may have the potential to cause cancer or other health issues…

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