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Table 3 Multivariable Logistic Regression – Likelihood of Seatbelt Compliance

From: Buckling up in Singapore: residency and other risk factors for seatbelt non-compliance – a cross-sectional study based on trauma registry data

  Seatbelt Compliance Odds Ratio 95 % CI P
Demographics  
  Age 1.01 1.001–1.014 0.03
Male (vs Female) 1.13 0.90–1.41 0.31
Country of Residence  
  Singapore 1 (Ref)   
Malaysia 1.48 0.73–2.99 0.28
India 0.85 0.30–2.37 0.75
China 0.43 0.18–0.99 0.05
Other Nationalities 0.93 0.69–1.25 0.62
Vehicle Type  
  Bus (capacity of 20 or more passengers) 0.04 0.017–0.11 <0.0001
Heavy Transport Vehicle 0.62 0.39–0.97 0.04
Minibus (less than 20 passengers) 0.39 0.13–1.18 0.09
Private Car 1 (Ref)   
Taxi 0.94 0.74–1.19 0.59
Van or Pickup 0.55 0.36–0.83 0.004
Seat Position  
  Driver 1 (Ref)   
Front Passenger 0.64 0.48–0.85 0.002
Rear Passenger 0.067 0.05–0.09 <0.0001
Other Associated Risk Factors  
  Alcohol use (vs no alcohol use) 0.89 0.42–1.89 0.77
Work-related (vs non-work-related) 1.22 0.48–3.06 0.68
Time of Arrival  
  0700–0959 h 1 (Ref)   
1000–1659 h 1.26 0.89–1.77 0.19
1700–1959 h 1.40 0.95–2.07 0.09
2000–0659 h 1.46 1.03–2.07 0.03
Weekdays 1 (Ref)   
Weekends 0.96 0.78–1.18 0.67