William Mattar Spring Buckle Your Belt Program
Spring 2019 Buckle Your Belt Program
Wearing a seat belt can mean the difference between life and death. That’s why auto injury attorney William Mattar has the William Mattar Buckle Your Belt program. This program encourages drivers and passengers to buckle up and stay safe on the road. If you agree to wear your seat belt every time you get in a motor vehicle, you can enter the drawing below for your chance to win a FREE LAKESIDE RESORT VACATION for 4 to Fern Resort near Toronto, Ontario, Canada! Ontario’s all-inclusive resort is leisure & adventure for the family including water activities, pools with sauna & jacuzzis, Extreme Area featuring a vertical playground and ropes course, Play Village, Activity Court, Spa and Fitness Center. Check out their property map & mouse over each activity to learn more (Approximate prize value $1500). So PLEDGE to BUCKLE YOUR BELT and register for your chance to win this fantastic prize!
Why We Want you to Buckle Up
If you aren’t wearing a seat belt during a motor vehicle accident, the chance of serious injury may increase. Seat belts can help prevent drivers and passengers from being ejected from vehicles or thrown into the dashboards, windows, and windshields.
By buckling your seat belt, it may significantly lower the risk of getting hurt in an accident. Here are several seat belt safety tips to remember:
- Always wear your seat belt—no matter what the road conditions are or how far you are traveling.
- Inspect your seat belts regularly for wear and tear.
- Seat belts are made to restrain only one person each—don’t try to “double-up.”
- Seat belts are only effective when worn as intended.
So, please, buckle your belt. It can help save your life!
New York State Child Safety Restraint Law
New York State law requires all children under age four to be secured in a car seat and all children who have not reached their eighth birthday to be in a child restraint system. The type of car seat or restraint system required varies according to the child’s age and size. For guidelines on choosing the correct system for your child, as well as advice on installation and a list of permanent child safety seat fitting stations in the state, please visit the New York State DMV website.