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Survivors tell you how to survive traffic accidents (2)

(People's Daily Online)

08:47, September 20, 2012

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Second, have your seat belts securely fastened. The shoulder belt should be worn closely against the body, over the shoulder, cross the chest, and never under the arms. It should not be too close to your head, or it may get you strangled in an accident, or too close to your shoulder joint, which may cause the belt easily to slip off. It is best to wear the belt two fingers away from your shoulder joint. The lap belt should be firm against the body and low across the hips in order to prevent collision forces from hurting your viscera. Make sure both belts are fastened closely against the body.

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