Everybody makes choices every day. It could be something basic like what colour of suit should you wear, or something major like should I put on a seat belt. I hold the opinion that all of these choices have an impact on our lives. I hope all of you who are listening to this speech today make the bigger choice of wearing your seatbelts in your day-to-day travelling. The rate of deaths has been on the rise, and this has concerned me. This has initiated my urge to do this research. Therefore, I have credible material and information on this topic.
I believe that everybody who is a driver, any passenger and everybody whose means of transport is a vehicle should and is supposed to put on a seatbelt. When you are driving or even riding in a vehicle, putting on your seat belt will bring down your chance of death or serious injury, in case of a major accident. I will first avail to you a predicament that has dramatic consequences but could be handled very easily (Reenes 4).
Then I will deliberate on a feasible solution to aid in bringing down this predicament. Finally, I will tell you how you can handle the problem on a personal level. Let us first begin by discussing about some of the repercussions of not putting on your seat belt. Not belting up can consequently lead to death or fatal injuries. Too many unnecessary deaths occur each year for the elementary reason—people just do not put on their seat belts. According to an article in the Lincoln Journal Star in August 2002, Nebraska highway loss of lives is the most in the last 21 years claiming more than 150 lives. In 2002, about five people lost their life for not putting on seat belts. People make unjustifiable excuses like; I am a good driver for not wearing seatbelts. This is one of the many excuses (N.p 34).
Now that, I have stated the repercussions of not putting on your seat belt, I would like to state the solutions to these issues. There is only one...