When John Evans was a bachelor, he rarely wore his seatbelt.
He said his habit was to just hop in his truck and go.
But when he became a family man, his days of not being buckled in came to an end.
"When you start having kids, wearing your seatbelt becomes more of a priority," he said. "It's just a given."
A recent study performed by the Kentucky State Police, found that, like Evans, wearing a seatbelt is a high priority for most people in Shelby County.