2012 Child Restraint Juvenile Seat Belt Survey

The Institute of Transportation Management (ITM) at Colorado State University conducted a comprehensive study of child safety restraint systems (child car seats and booster seats) and juvenile seat belt usage from June 17 through June 30, 2012. The survey was designed to collect and analyze data related to usage of seat belts for drivers, safety restraint systems for children (newborn - 4 years), and booster and seat belt usage for juveniles (5 - 15 years). Vehicles included in the survey were passenger cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs used for private transportation. Commercial vehicles were not included in the study.

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