Q: How do I use the seatbelt extender?

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How do I use the seatbelt extender?

If the seatbelt is not long enough for you, you will need a seatbelt extender. You can only order a seatbelt extender at a dealership. When you go to the dealership to order a seatbelt extender, bring the largest coast that you wear while driving, so that the extender can be the right size for you. When you receive your seatbelt extender, attach it to your preexisting seatbelt by following the instructions that come with the extender.

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