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Always fasten your Seatbelt-and tell others to buck up as well

I’m sure you have heard it over and over again. Fasten your seatbelt. Your parents tell you to fasten your seatbelt. The traffic signs tell you to “buckle up.” Police officers give you a ticket if you’re not wearing your seatbelt. So, you would think that everyone everywhere would wear their seatbelt. But you and I know that they don’t. I’m pretty my parents don’t even wear their seatbelts unless they’re driving at night. Does that make sense to anyone else? Anyway, my life lesson learned is, “wear your seatbelt.” I was riding home with my cousin from a family get-together. She had just got her license and we were in her Jeep. My granny lives on a dirt road, and my cousin rounded a curve too sharp, slid across the dirt road and slammed against the bank. She hit her head against the windshield and started bleeding. I called my granny’s house and my uncle picked us up and took us to the hospital and had to stay in the hospital for three days. She wasn’t wearing her seatbelt. Luckily, I was wearing mine and I just had whiplash. I should have told her to buckle up, but I didn’t want to sound nagging. Her lesson learned was-wear a seatbelt. My lesson learned-tell others to buckle up.

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Posted on December 16th, 2013 by grujack

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