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February 21, 2008


Don't shift the culpibility from a driver who had no business behind the wheel to seatbelts. Place the blame on the cause of the accident.

Sure, seat belts would help, but bus riders also are vulnerable due to the top-heavy nature of a bus and the bus line's failure to provide proper maintenance and fit drivers. You want to prevent accidents from happening in the first place, and not expect seat belts alone to solve big problems.

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