New Hampshire ranks lowest for seat belt use (I wonder why?)

Three New England states are among the bottom 10 nationally for percentage of seat belt usage last year, according to a chart tweeted by the Massachusetts Highway Safety Division this week.

New Hampshire ranked last (70.2 percent), Massachusetts ranked 46th (78.2 percent), and Vermont ranked 44th (80 percent) on a comparison of 2016 seat belt usage based on surveys conducted by all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia. Home…

|Boston.com

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One Response to New Hampshire ranks lowest for seat belt use (I wonder why?)

  1. Pingback: States With Low Seat Belt Use Also Have Some of the Lowest Fatality Rates - GraniteGrok — GraniteGrok

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