The way to disable the alarm is to wear your seatbelt. It's against the law to disable it any other way.hi. i love my seat belt.. and i value my safety.. but i really dont need to wear it just to ride down the street to the store.. This alarm is killing me smalls!!
so id appreciate it if someone can tel me how to disconnect the belt alarm.. thnx.
They are. Even the Canadian manual is different. The manual has to reflect the local laws of a given country, as well as changes to the car to accommodate these laws, and languages.our law is identical: you must use the seatbelt, so why should our manual be different?
My sentiments exactlyi can not believe im even reading any of this....goes to show how ignorant people really are...i could go on and on about why you should wear your seat belt..but why would i when i think we are all mature enough to understand why we have one in the car and why we should wear one....i had a friend tell me..."i dont feel as cool with it on" NEWS FLASH...A GIRL IS NOT MORE LIKELY TO SLEEP WITH YOU CAUSE YOU HAVE YOUR BELT OFF! SHE DOES NOT THINK YOU ARE COOL! i know there are many other reasons why some of you feel it should be your personal choice but its as easy as SAFETY FOR YOU
SAFETY FOR YOUR PASSENGERS
SAFETY FOR THE OTHER DRIVERS ON THE ROAD
not to mention car insurance rates.......
no i have never lost anyone in a accident but i cant imagine losing somebody cause they didnt wear their seatbelt.....how hard is it? why is it even a topic of discussion? its 2007 people....i think we know why we wear them
sorry to sound like a cop but ive been in too many accidents (which none of them were my fault) and if it wasnt for my seatbelt i would probably be dead....so to hear people say..."im just driving down the street and the seat belt alarm is annoying how can i turn it off" is just disturbing....10 mile drive, 1 mile drive or just around the block...you can be struck at anytime...but i hope we already have enough common sense to already know that but by some of the posts im not to sure......:4-looney:
:i_rolleyes: knew this was gonna be posted. There are hundreds of these and the OPPOSITE stories out there so don't start that one. (Not being a dick to you either just making a point) there are "Would have died if i had my seat belt" stories too.An incident I recall because I thought "you'd never think", gentleman not too far from home, no seatbelt gets T'd by car involved in a police chase on the passenger side. Probably would have survived with a belt. You may be a great driver, close to home, but it's the OTHER guy that's going to do you in!
I won't even go into having to be with families in the ICU explaining what all of the tubes and drains are doing, why all the bags of fluids and why he's unrecognizable from all the swelling, and yes, there's a good possibility he can hear you, he just can't respond. Those families suffer unimaginable pain. Doubly so if it was caused by a willful act of ignorance. Don't be ignorant. I know your young and invincible. Just give in on this one, ok?!
No offense taken. The real point was it happened close to home, and it was the other guy who did him in.:i_rolleyes: knew this was gonna be posted. There are hundreds of these and the OPPOSITE stories out there so don't start that one. (Not being a dick to you either just making a point) there are "Would have died if i had my seat belt" stories too.