Too few Missouri teen-age drivers wear seat belts, according to a report issued by a nonprofit group. The National Safety Council reports that between 1995 and 2000 in Missouri 452 teenagers died behind the wheel. More than 75-percent of them weren’t wearing their seat belts. That ranks Missouri 40th among the states. The Safety Council blames lax enforcement and weak state seat belt laws.
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