Q: How do I use the rear center seat belt?

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How do I use the rear center seat belt?

The rear center seat belt buckle is directly next to the one of the outboard rear seat belt buckles. The center seat belt can only be inserted into the buckle labeled Center. The outboard belt can only be latched into the unmarked buckle.

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