Fewer people are buckling up in Maryland. Motor Vehicle Administration officials say a new survey found seat belt use decreased from nearly 93-percent last year to about 92-percent this year. The survey also found that in vehicles where the driver was belted, 93-percent of passengers were buckled up. Conversely, only 35 percent of passengers wore seat belts in vehicles with unbelted drivers. Preliminary data shows nearly 110 people who died in Maryland traffic crashes so far this year were not wearing seat belts.