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Q: How do I buckle a seat belt?

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How do I buckle a seat belt?

A: Before driving your vehicle, you should alw...

Before driving your vehicle, you should always buckle the seat belt. To do so, pull the latch out of the belt retractor, and slowly pull the belt across your body. Insert the latch into the buckle, until you hear a click, then remove any slack from the seat belt.

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