Typical Seat Belt Step 2 - Safety belts are worn over the waist and shoulder and are usually automatically adjusted by the seat belt tension device. A five point harness style of safety belt is worn diagonally over the chest and is meant for children's car seats and racing applications to provide additional safety.
Safety Belt Receptacle Step 3 - Active seat belts are also known as inertia belts and increase their effectiveness by self-adjusting to the occupant in the event of an accident. This is done by tightening the belt instantly with the help of a piston, which is driven by expanding gas. Active seat belts are triggered by sensors designed into the vehicle much like the air bag safety system. The active seat belt concept combined with a three point seat belt produce a safer vehicle. A seat belt light on the dashboard indicates when the seat belt has been fastened properly. Helpful Information