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November 30, 2006

Do Seatbelts Increase Risk of Accidents?

The perception that seat belts provide greater protection from injury in an accident may actually increase our willingness to drive more daringly, thereby increasing the risk of accidents, according to a risk expert at University College, London.  See David Bjerklie's story in Time.


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