The Motley Fool Discussion Boards

Previous Page

Automotive / Buying and Maintaining a Car

URL:  http://boards.fool.com/do-seatbelts-vary-in-effective-length-i-mean-do-20130007.aspx

Subject:  Re: What have you owned? Date:  1/10/2004  1:06 PM
Author:  eudaimon6 Number:  30441 of 70798

do seatbelts vary in effective length? i mean, do some cars as built at the factory have seatbelts of a sufficient length for you and your passengers, and some do not? its never mattered to me, and my customers have always been satisfied with "ill get you an extender from parts, no charge"

what do you drive that doesnt require an extender?
what have you driven that does?

im really curious-i thought seatbelt length was probably fairly uniform, but that seems to me now not to be the case. i just thought that if a person needed an extender for a camry, they would need one for an accord or sable or maxima or lumina too.

thanks

dean
Copyright 1996-2014 trademark and the "Fool" logo is a trademark of The Motley Fool, Inc. Contact Us