A new study says 1 in 4 teenagers aren't wearing seat belts on every car ride.

Teens surveyed in the study gave excuses like they don't drive too far or that seat belts are uncomfortable for why they are not always buckling up. The study also found those who said they did not use a seat belt were also more likely to text while driving.

A Norwalk family launched a program six years ago...

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