Q: Q: How do I unbuckle the seat belt?

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How do I unbuckle the seat belt?

Unbuckling your seat belt is easy. Grab the belt buckle, and press the button on top of the buckle until the latch releases. Remove the latch, and return the seat belt to its original position.

Tip

You should never unbuckle your seat belt unless your car is completely stopped and in the P (Park) position.

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