Do children have to wear seat belts in classic car that did not have factory seat belts?
not if the car was not originally equipped with them.
If the vehicle was built with seat belts you have to have them but if it didn't have the belts from the factory your not required to have them.
yes if the car is equipped with seat belts.
Not if they did not come from the factory with seat belts. If they came form the factory with seat belts you are required to wear them.
Children up to certain weights are required to be in car seats that are held in place with the seat belts in most states. After they reach a certain weight, they are required to wear seat belts, so not only can children wear seat belts, after they no longer are required to be in car seats, they are required to wear a seat belt.
If the vehicle came equipped from the factory with belts it has to have them.
Whatever the vehicle came with when it left the factory is what is required.
That vehicle had seat belts in it when it left the factory so it should have threaded holes in the floor where they were once mounted. Purchase aftermarket seat belts for that vehicle and bolt them in.
not all classic cars have to have a seatbelt.cars that are from 1963 or older is legal to drive without a seatbelt.
just the very back seat, they are normal seatbelts.
if the car didn't come with seat belts on those seats from factory you don't need them. but i'd say put seat belts in anyway you can never be to safe.
Larry's T-bird parts sells seat belts and bolts for the classic Thunderbirds and if yours is a 1956 I would expect that the bolt holes should be present. I have a '56 with the optional Ford seat belts and all the fittings are of course there from the factory. If they aren't then you should get washers and bolts from an auto racing supply store and get a local race shop to put them in… Read More
If it was not equipped with seat belts when it left the factory new, it is not required. That is in the state of Connecticut, USA. Check with your local DMV.
Yes. The only autos not coverd under the seat belt laws are the ones built so long ago that they were not installed at the factory. yes you need seat belts in the jeep however Because of the year of your vehicle you are only required to have what would have normally been installed by the factory in 1973 which would have been the front seat and rear seat single Lap belts. The 3 point… Read More
Its under the rear passenger seat.......
The 1950 Nash came equipped from the factory with 2 point (lap) seat belts.
if they didnt come with them from the factory no, but if someone took them out after the car was made then yes
No, and adults aren't either. Its way to dangerous.
Seat belts are unsafe because they can get stuck in a fire. Throw back someone inside the seat belt. Seat belts can choke people.
The 2012 Ford Mustang has a total of 4 seat belts in the vehicle. There are 2 seat belts in the front and 2 seat belts located in the back for the rear passengers.
Neither. Seat belts are generally anchored to the floor of a car.
my 66 charger had seat belts front and rear, don't remember if they were standard equiptment or an option back then.
Yes, you can drive with children in the car, as long as the children are catored for with seat belts, and correct seating. Drive safely as possible!
Yes, the 68 VW came with seat belts for both front and back sets. The front seats for the Beetle were 3 point retractable seat belts and lap belts in the rear.
No, the 1957 Chevy didn't come with seat belts.
Limousines should have seat belts, unless classified as a bus.
It is probable that no one knows this answer. Auto seat belts came into use well after seat belts had been in common usage in aircraft for decades and decades!
If the vehicle was originally manufactured with seat belts, a dealer must sell the vehicle with working seat belts. a private individual is typically under no such restrictions, but it depends on the state.
Yes, the 1978 Datsun 280Z has seat belts.
NO. The rear seat has 3 sets of belts.
No type of glue should be used on seat belts.
Some school buses do have seat belts throughout the entire bus. For the most part, buses do not have seat belts. They tend to have seat belts in the rows closest to the front end. It depends on the town, village, city, that owns the buses. Some places make them regulation to have entire buses full of seat belts, while some don't have any. Bus drivers usually have seat belts, being drivers.
The 1965 came with lap belts for the front seat only. This was a new law for 1965 and only required front belts.
I think It can be too young children. Yes because they can cut into your stomach if you are too small.
How come school buses do not have seat belts for the children. Do you think that it is a safety issue?
Well, i think that school busses don't have seat belts because the school trusts the bus driver to be safe. Also, the bus driver expects the children to stay in their seats. But some buses do have seat belts, and I bet thoes shools are very safe. Yes, I do think it is a safety issue because there would be a lot of kids being injured if the bus had an accedent. School buses do… Read More
yes because its not safe without seat belts
In the year 1949 seat belts became an option in cars.
Seat belts are made from polyamide which has a good elasicity.
Can't speak for Colorado but in Connecticut if the vehicle was built and left the factory without seat belts when brand new, it is exempt from the seat belt law. My 1942 Olds was built new and sold without seat belts or signal lights. It has passed CT DMV inspection and is legally registered.
No special law exists to children riding in the front seat. Texas requires all children under 8 years of age or under 4'9" to ride in child safety seats. Texas law requires front seat occupants drivers and passengers to be in seat belts.
The seat belts probably need replaced.
In the US seat belts began to show up in the later 1950's.
Yes, there is a module under the center console. If it is bad the seat belts will not release. hope this helps Shimmy. The seat belts require a power feed from that module to "unlock".
There is no way to unlock the seat belts after the airbags go off. You will need to get the seat belts and the tenisioner replaced.
What year is your car if it has been in an accident the seat belts can fail as a safety precaution My vehicle is a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. The Front Seat belts are half way out and will not retract. Can I get them to retract?
Should have factory lap and shoulder belts. AMC changed this in either the '81 or '82 model year, I believe it was '81.
a seat belt for each seat
order new belts from an OEM supplier with new bolts and washers. remove rear seat and go to work!
There are seat belts for ( 5 ) and if you have the optional 3rd row seat there are seat belts for ( 7 ) occupents