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Monterey county teenage drivers wear their seat belts at   1 of the lowest rates in the state.   That’s according to a study released last week by researchers at c-s-u Fresno.   The study was funded by the California office of traffic safety, and revealed that teenagers in monterey county had an 87-point-2 percent usage rate.   That’s below the statewide average of 96-point-1 percent.   The survey was based on visual observations at various locations throughout the county.   teen drivers in santa cruz county passed with flying colors: researchers said they noticed a 100-percent compliance rate, (but that’s likely lower on a continual basis).

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