Dodge Charger Seat Belt
The first Dodge Charger was a show car in 1964. There have been all different kinds of production Chargers, built on three different platforms and sizes. The version they use today is a four-door sedan. The three main versions of Dodge Chargers were a mid-size (B-body) two-door car (1966–78), a subcompact (L-body) car (1983–87), and the (LX) full-size platform four-door sedans built since 2006. Not only was the Charger a show car, but now they use it as a police cruiser. The Dodge Charger Pursuit, which is made only for law enforcement, has been around since 2006. At the time, Ford’s Crown Victoria was still the most widely used police cruiser, but nowadays Dodge has taken the reins on making more orders. What's so amazing about the Charger it's actually a performance car first and a cop car second. Not that any of us should be surprised that the Charger is the fastest American police car of all time, but it’s definitely something that Dodge is very proud of. No matter how this vehicle is being used whether it be as a sports car or a police car, seatbelts should always be maintained.
Safety Restore has many options for a seat belt repair. Not only do they offer a single-stage seat belt repair, a dual-stage seatbelt repair, and a triple-stage seat belt repair, but they also allow you to customize the color of the seat belt to make your sports car stand out. Safety Restore also has an option to get your seat belt buckle repaired. So if you need your seat belt retractor repaired, or the pretensioner repaired then Safety Restore can help with their professional technicians using 100% OEM parts they can have your parts looking better than ever.