Does 1965 impala convertible have back seat seat belts?
The 1965 came with lap belts for the front seat only. This was a new law for 1965 and only required front belts.
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Put your seat belt on:)
put the seatbelt buckle where it should go, then the light will turn off!
The best way to turn off the seat belt reminder in 07 Impala is byputting on the seat belt. This will automatically turn off thereminder.
People need to wear seat belts in the back because they could be thrown out the window if in a car accident Added: In most US states there is no statutory requirement that …adult back seat passengers be belted. To be certain of the law in your state contact your local law enforcement agency or office of the DMV.
It is a legal requirement in most (if not all) countries that a person seated in the back-seat of a car or other vehicle wears a seatbelt at all times. This is to insure maxim…um safety for the occupants of the vehicle.
I think it goes by age. If your 16 and older you don't have to, but all younger have to. Front seat driver and passengers all have to wear a seat belt
if your over 18 you don't have to.
Do you mean a rumble seat? That is a seat that folds out of the rear chassis of a car.
yes theiris no reason to wear a seat belt if your i n the back .
Yes everyone in a car has to wear a seat belt.
The 1965 impala came in multiple interior colors: red, black, blue...possible more.
If it was a vehicle intended for sale in the US it was mandated by law to have seatbelts for the front seats by 1965.
In Chevy Impala
The floor mounts for the bench seat will not match up with the buckets. So, you need two things: 1) a set of floor mount brackets that will have to be welded to the floor and …2) a set of bucket seats witht the proper tracks to match up with the floor mount brackets that you are going to install. While it is true that many of the bucket seats used in Pontiacs, Buicks, Chevs etc were the same or very similar, the seat tracks that bolt the seat to the floor and allow it to move forward and back, are not the same for all those cars. Only 62 to 64 Impala buckets will work in the 62. If you get seats that don't have the right tracks you will have to modify what you have to fit as no one is making these tracks at this time. So, get your floor brackets and get the right seats and bolt them together. Now put the seats in place and move them about until the bottoms of the brackets match up with the countours of the floor. Once you are happy with the position, tack the brackets into place. Remove the seats and weld the rest of the brackets to the floor. Re-mount the seats onto the brackets and YOU"RE DONE!
There should be seat belt mounting points on the floor under the back seat.
Yes you should. A car impact can affect even those who are in the back seat in the car. Your head can fling into the seat in front of you and the impact can cause whip lash or… other serious damages to your neck. This is the same safety hazard as it would be if you were sitting in the front of the car.
yes i know a Friend who Brok his Clair bone by not using a seat belt