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Q: How do I buckle a seat belt?

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How do I buckle a seat belt?

A: Buckling the seat belt is very easy, and on...

Buckling the seat belt is very easy, and only takes a few steps: 1. Pull the seat belt out of the retractor. 2. Slowly pull the belt across your body. 3. Insert the latch plate into the buckle, until you hear a click. 4. Check to make sure the belt is fastened securely, and tight.

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