Buckling up is about safety and not ego

A while ago I read in one of the newspapers that residents in Soweto don't wear safety belts because this means "they don't know how to drive". If people want to gamble with their own lives that's their choice.

A while ago I read in one of the newspapers that residents in Soweto don't wear safety belts because this means "they don't know how to drive". If people want to gamble with their own lives that's their choice.

Twenty-nine people die a day on our roads. Taxis are driven by hooligans . It doesn't matter how good a driver you are, who says one of these road hogs won't crash into you? What will happen to people, particularly children, who are not strapped in? Loose objects in a car become projectiles in an accident. Don't let this be your child. Don't ruin your child's life because of your ego .

A Lintvelt, Johannesburg

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