Survey: 1 in 5 parents fail to buckle their children during short trips

09/16/2013 | USA Today

A Safe Kids Worldwide/General Motors Foundation poll revealed that 21% of 1,002 parents and caregivers of children aged 10 and younger said it is acceptable to not use child seat belts during short trips. Parents with higher incomes and those with graduate degrees were more likely to find it acceptable to leave children unrestrained in the car than parents with lower incomes or those who received only a high school education.

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