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unrestrained

(ŭn″rĕ-strānd′)
In emergency medicine, not restrained or secured in place. It is used to describe passengers in motor vehicle crashes who are not wearing safety belts or who are not placed in child safety seats.
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That percentage jumped to almost half after stricter laws took effect, but the percentage of unrestrained children--those with neither a seat belt on nor strapped into a car seat--barely moved.
Use an restraint drive unrestrained in your " Police could decide that an offence has been committed, if the motorist is deemed to be driving 'without due care and attention' if it was felt that their standard of driving fell below that expected of a competent driver or that they did not show "reasonable" consideration for other road users
Officials in Fars Province also blame unrestrained use of groundwater for a looming water crisis in the province.
Men are more likely than women to be unrestrained in fatal crashes.
Illustrating the danger of driving unrestrained, Col Al Alkim referred to the recent traffic accident in which a 30-year-old woman died after her car flipped over several times on Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road from RAK towards Umm Al Quwain.
al-Nujaifi added that the situation now need to cooperate and collaborate in order to defeat terrorism and unrestrained militias operating outside the law.
Based on extensive research and the unique drivers of today's design trends, the 40 colors of the forecast are grouped into four palettes: Chrysalis, Voyage, Buoyant and Unrestrained.
An Australian mum has been ordered by the police to pay a fine of $650 as she was caught over speeding at 127km/h along with an unrestrained child passenger at the back of her car.
For fear of a fine, unrestrained passengers carelessly strap the belt when they see police on the road.
She has now decided to call them " unrestrained terrorists".
I was driving down the Beach Road a few days ago and there were two red saloon cars in convoy, both filled with families of small children that were bouncing around unrestrained in the front seat
The Government has been rightly criticised for its ill-conceived proposals to allow unrestrained development of the green belt.