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NSUBS uses observational data collected at a probability sample of gas stations, day care centers, recreation centers, and restaurants in five national fast-food chains across the United States. The choice of these types of data collection sites stems from the necessity of observing restraint use from a close range in a slow-moving or stopped vehicle (as is required in order to distinguish a seat belt being used in conjunction with a backless booster seat from a seat belt being used alone), combined with the desire to capture large numbers of children.
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