Seat Belts & Harnesses

Even if you haven't been in an auto accident, seatbelts and harnesses should be replaced sometimes. If you notice fraying of the seatbelt, over stretching or tears, then you know it's time. Frayed, torn, and stretched out seat belts do not operate properly, even if they were not involved in a crash. You should regularly inspect your car or truck's seat belts and replace any that have signs of damage. The same should be done with the safety belts in older vehicles, and the seatbelts in a vehicle involved in a crash should absolutely be replaced. Seat belts are considered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to be single-use items, so once there's been an accident, it's time to replace them to continue valuable protection.

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