30 percent of backseat passengers don’t buckle up, study finds

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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that 30 percent of people who ride in the back seat do not wear seatbelts. In hired vehicles, the number grows to 43 percent. Kris Van Cleave has more.

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