Here Is Why Everyone Agreed To Wearing Seatbelts But Didn’t Agree To Wear a Mask

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In Ontario, Canada, wearing seatbelts became a mandatory law way back in 1976. For the next few years, wearing seat belts for the occupants’ safety in the car to save their lives became essential throughout North America. If you did not wear them, you probably got ticketed.




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Steven Nicolle

Steven Nicolle

I am author of “How I Took a Bartending Course and Traveled for Seventeen Years.” I worked in the Hospitality Industry for 38 years.

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