Not enough teens are wearing seatbelts, that's according to a new survey from a global child advocacy group.
Safe Kids Worldwide surveyed about 1,000 teenagers about seatbelt use and found nearly a quarter don't use the safety tool for reasons ranging from too short of a trip, to forgetfulness or wanting to avoid wrinkles in clothing.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says car crashes are the number one killer among teens. That age group is also the least likely to wear seat belts among all drivers.
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