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Safety Belt Studies

DateDescription
November 2017

Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2016 Survey - Fact Sheet

Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle (SBUCMVD) 2016 Survey - Executive Summary

March 2014

Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2013 Survey - Fact Sheet

Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle (SBUCMVD) 2013 Survey - Executive Summary

September 2012Commercial Motor Vehicle Direct Observation of Safety Belt Use in Michigan (PDF)
December 2009Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2009 Survey - Executive Summary
December 2008Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2008 Survey - Executive Summary
May 2008Virginia's "Be Ready. Be Buckled." Public Information and Outreach Campaign - Final Report
February 2008Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2007 Survey - Executive Summary
December 2007Safety Belt Technology Countermeasures Study
April 2007Impact of Behavior-Based Safety Techniques on CMV Drivers
November 2006Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2006 Survey - ​Executive Summary
December 2005Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2005 Survey - Executive Summary
July 2005Transportation Research Board: CMV Driver Safety Belt Usage
November 2003Safety Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) 2003 Survey - Executive Summary
Last updated: Wednesday, November 8, 2017