Volkswagen Safari Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Safari is better known as the Volkswagen Type 181. It is a two-wheel drive, four-door, convertible manufactured from 1968 to 1983. It was originally developed for the West German Army but was later introduced to the civilian markets. In the civilian markets, the Volkswagen Type 181 went by various names which included Kurierwagen (West Germany), Trekker (United Kingdom), Thing (United States), Pescaccia (Italy), and Safari (Mexico and South America).
The Volkswagen Safari had removable and interchangeable doors with a flat-folding windshield and a convertible removable roof.
Safari has little information about its safety features and ratings. One driver mentioned its apparent lack of safety equipment, amenities or engine performance. So it may not be the safest vehicle to drive for sure. It would be more important than ever to drive safely on the road, which includes you being safe as well as your vehicle. Having all components of the vehicles Supplemental Restraint System in factory conditions are both great ways to help ensure your safety. If you are ever in an accident, you want to make sure the vehicle can protect you the best it can. For this to happen, you may need to get some parts replaced, repaired, or reset. Safety Restore can help with your Volkswagen Safari seat belt repair, SRS airbag modules reset, cluster repair, and more! Visit SafetyRestore.com for more information.