Should new school buses be equipped with seat belts?
from Houston Chronicle
The requirement of seat belts in cars was a controversial innovation in the late 1960s when it was introduced. Now, few Americans would argue against it. Most drivers and passengers are in the habit of clicking into the three-point seat belt, a habit that saves thousands of lives every year. Our children are our most precious cargo on the road. So it seems strange that new school buses are not equipped with standard three-point seat belts.
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