The results of our study showed that the important risk factors for seat belt non-users in the adult population in Slovenia are the social/demographic characteristics of gender, age, and education level.
Objective: In turn, personal and behavioural characteristics found in drivers who use seat-belts affect general traffic safety. The objective of our study was to determine the risk factors that affect seat-belt use across the observed behaviour-related groups of adult citizens of Slovenia.
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