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Similar to the lap and shoulder, but one single continuous length of webbing. Both three-point and lap-and-sash belts help spread out the energy of the moving body in a collision over the chest, pelvis, and shoulders. Volvo introduced the first production three-point belt in 1959. The first car with three point belt was a Volvo PV 544 that was delivered to a dealer in Kristianstad on August 13, 1959. The three point belt was developed by Nils Bohlin who earlier had worked on ejection seats at Saab

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Being a VERY libertarian leaning republican I think your empirical evidence is missing one very aspect of New Hampshire; They may have the lowest rate of seat belt use but they ALSO have the lowest rates of murders/nonnegligent manslaughter in the country according to the FBI's crime statistics
http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/cius2007/data/table_05.html

Maybe New Hampshire just happens to have their priorities in a better place than the rest of the country...I'd certainly rather live in a world where more irrational people were able to endanger their own lives than one in which more innocent people were dying at the hands of murders.

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