Buckle up at or in the back

WHICH of the following is correct:


Buckle up at the back.


Buckle up in the back. 


 “Buckle up in the back” is by far the more common expression used in Britain for the need to use seat belts in the back seat of a car.


In one website, in Brighton, where “buckle up at the back” is used to mean the same thing.

Other sites use “buckle up at the back” to describe items of clothing where the buckle is at the back.

It is better to use “buckle up in the back.”





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