Q: How do I fasten or unfasten the seat belt?

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How do I fasten or unfasten the seat belt?

You want to make sure you securely fasten the seat belt when you put it on or it may come undone and not provide the protection you’re expecting. This is especially important if you’re strapping someone else in the car.

  1. Push the plate on the seat belt down into the buckle until you hear a clicking sound.

  2. Press the Release button on the buckle to release the seat belt.

Tip

Check the seat belts periodically to make sure they aren’t worn or damaged.

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