The Yomiuri Shimbun What's the deadliest seat in a fender bender? The back seat, as indicated by measurements gathered by the National Police Agency. The numbers demonstrate that the casualty rate (see underneath) for back seat travelers was higher than that of inhabitants of different seats in auto collisions that happened crosswise over Japan in 2016.
The agency's investigation found the distinction was brought on by the low rate of seat strap use in back seats. Attaching safety belts ended up noticeably compulsory for back seats in 2008. In any case, low seat strap utilize endures in the midst of an across the board yet off base conviction that back seats are protected. Likewise, there is little danger of misery a managerial punishment, for example, a fine, for not locking in back seats.