扣好安全帶 Buckle Up
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"Buckle up" is a phrase meaning to use a safety belt, especially in a vehicle.
Do you know? About 50 percent of the people who died in motor vehicle crashes every year could be saved if they wore their seat belts. If the driver and passengers in a car use seat belts, the number of serious injuries in traffic accidents can be reduced by 60-70 percent. It is not only protecting yourself. If you don’t wear a seat belt, you may be thrown out of the seat and hurt other passengers.
Seat belts should be fastened whenever you are on a running vehicle. You could get hurt even when the car is traveling at a speed as low as 40 km/h. Don’t forget to fasten your seatbelt every time when you are in a car. It can save your life!
Reference: Cambridge Dictionaries Online (Learners')