Q: How do I use the rear seatbelt comfort guides?

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How do I use the rear seatbelt comfort guides?

The rear seatbelt comfort guides are designed to make the rear seats more comfortable, especially for younger and smaller occupants. They’re very easy to use: 1. Find the safety belt comfort guide in the storage pocket on the side of the rear seatback. 2. Insert the edges of the seatbelt into the belt guide. Make sure the belt is not twisted. 3. Buckle the seatbelt. To remove the rear seatbelt comfort guide, reverse the steps.

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