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Car Seat Belt

Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death among those aged 1-54 in the U.S. For adults and older children (who are big enough for car seat belts to fit properly), car seat belt use is one of the most effective ways to save lives and reduce injuries in crashes. A car seat belt applies an opposing force to the driver and passengers to prevent them from falling out or making contact with the interior of the car (especially preventing contact with, or going through, the windshield).

Far Europe offer wide range car seat belt, we have OEM or aftermarket service. There are Static Seat Belt, Universal 2-Point Seat Belt, Universal 3-Point Seat Belt, Baby Seat Fittings, Seat Belt Extender, and other 7 kinds of Car seat belt to choose

Static Seat Belt
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Universal 2-Point Seat Belt
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Universal 3-Point Seat Belt
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Baby Seat Fittings
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Seat Belt Extender
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Wheelchair Seatbelt
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Racing Seat Belt
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Seat Belt Height Adjuster
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Seat Belt Tongues / Buckles
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Anchorage Rings
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Anchorage Plate
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Seat Belt Adjuster
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Car Seat belt advice for drivers and passengers

– I’m pregnant. Should I wear a seat belt?

Yes, the doctor recommends it. Flexing at all stages of pregnancy is the most effective measure you can take to protect yourself and your unborn child in a crash. Never drive or ride a bicycle before buckling!


– What is the correct way to wear your car seat belt?

The shoulder belt away from your neck (but not off your shoulder) and across your chest (between your breasts), making sure to remove any slack from your seat belt with the lap belt secured below your belly so that it fits snugly across your hips and pelvic bone.

  • NEVER place the shoulder belt under your arm or behind your back.
  • NEVER place a lap belt over or on top of your belly.


– Should I adjust the seat?

Yes, adjust to a comfortable upright position. Keep as far as possible between the abdomen and the steering wheel
Comfortably reach the steering wheel and pedals. In order to minimize the gap between the shoulder and the seat belt, avoid tilting the seat too much.

Avoid touching the steering wheel with your abdomen.


– What if my car or truck has airbags?

You still need to fasten your seat belt correctly. Airbags are designed to be used in conjunction with seat belts, rather than replacing seat belts. Without a seat belt, you may crash into the car, other passengers or pop out of the car.


– My car has an ON-OFF airbag disable switch. Should I close it?

NO. Doctors recommend that pregnant women wear seat belts and leave airbags turned on. Seat belts and airbags work together to provide the best protection for you and your unborn child.