The Web We Weave: Shorter, Longer? Higher, Lower?
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Lap-and-shoulder belts were first-introduced:CorrectIncorrect
A free fact sheet on seat belt retractors that’s available at www.saferidenews.com under Resources/Tools for CPSTs:CorrectIncorrect
Per FMVSS 213, webbing must be:CorrectIncorrect
Abrasion and other damage to seat belt or car seat harnesses can be caused by:CorrectIncorrect
If you are uncertain whether webbing wear or damage is significant enough to be unsafe:CorrectIncorrect
FMVSS 213 requires all car seats with a five-point harness to adjust/lock using an A-lock adjuster (aka Central Front Adjuster):CorrectIncorrect
When an O-ring is used to adjust webbing on a child restraint:CorrectIncorrect
A five-point harness should be adjusted to fit close to a child’s body:CorrectIncorrect
“Infant” (aka inner) loops to make harness webbing snug on a car seat’s smallest allowed occupants are provided exclusively on rear-facing only models:CorrectIncorrect