Seat Belt Pretensioner Repair

Seat Belt Pretensioner Repair
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It’s that time again – classes are in session. This means a lot of driving for many Americans, from school drop offs to sporting events. Back to school is a chaotic time for most families, but your vehicle’s safety should never be neglected. Whether you will be participating in a carpool, or have a child old enough to drive, here are some steps you can take to certify safe commutes.

First, make sure all your lights are working so that you can see well and cars can see you. Having functioning lights is especially important for those early foggy mornings. Visibility is vital, which is why you should top off your wiper fluid and make sure your wipers are working properly. Sometimes we do not notice how bad our wipers are until we are in the middle of a storm, which is already too late and can lead to dangerous situations for best of drivers, but especially for younger and inexperienced drivers. Additionally, make sure your tires are in good, driving condition. Check tires for uneven wear and low pressure, and make sure to have a spare or a pump in your trunk for emergencies.

Finally, and most importantly, make sure to use seat belts. When used, seat belts can reduce the risk of death or fatal injury by 45%. If your seat belts are not working the way they once did or require seat belt pretensioner repair, do not delay fixing them. Safety Restore offers a pretensioner repair service that is easy, affordable and fast. Within 24 hours of receiving your seat belts, the seatbelt pretensioner repair will be complete and your fully functioning seat belts will be on their way back to you. Using only quality products that meet or exceed federal guidelines, you can be confident that your seat belt pretensioner repair will keep you and your loved ones safe. Contact Safety Restore about your seat belt pretensioner repair services today and get back to driving with confidence!

Seat Belt Buckle Repair

Seat Belt Buckle Repair
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We have all seen the stories in the news: another parent unintentionally leaves his or her child in a vehicle on hot day, and tragically, the child dies. The technical term is Vehicular Heatstroke, or broadly, hyperthermia. Most parents do not think this will happen to them, and usually the parents who this happened to are the first to profess this. However, on average, 37 children die each year due to vehicular heatstroke. Of the children who die, 87% are three years old or younger. Children under the age of one make up 55% of all vehicular heatstroke deaths. Over three-fourths of all vehicular heatstroke deaths happen in southern states; however, experts all agree that this can happen anywhere.

Children are especially susceptible for Vehicular Heatstroke. First, children’s temperatures rise at a rate 3-5 times faster than temperatures of adults. This fact, coupled with the fact that temperatures can rise as quickly as 20 degrees in just ten minutes, creates danger to children. Moreover, Vehicular Heatstroke can happen in cooler temperatures, with experts warning that it can occur even if outside temperatures are 57 degrees.

Parents can be diligent about ensuring they do not allow this to happen to their child. Parents should be extra cautious with any changes in routine. Placing a child’s toy in the front seat can also serve as a reminder, or placing an item you need (like a cellphone, purse, briefcase) in the backseat can make parents check their back seat before going off to work. Finally, a simple habit of looking before locking car doors can save children’s lives.

About 19 states currently employ a Good Samaritan Law that protect individuals who reasonably intervene when they see a child alone in a vehicle. These states include Vermont, Florida, Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama, Kentucky, Texas, Arizona and Oregon. However, even if your state does not have a Good Samaritan Law on the books (states including Massachusetts and Connecticut and California), people can always contact law enforcement and notify them of the child in the vehicle.

Car safety is vital in all aspects. Aside from taking the steps outlined above, parents should also ensure their seat belt buckles are not in need of repairs. If your vehicle requires seat belt buckle repair, Safety Restore can help. Safety Restore offers fast, affordable, and simple seatbelt buckle repair. Drivers simply need to detach their seat belts and send them to Safety Restore for seat belt repair. With a 24-hour turnaround time, your seatbelt repair will be complete and on its way back to you so you can get back on the road. Safety Restore uses products that meet, or more likely, exceed federal guidelines for all their services. Do not delay your seat belt buckle repair; seat belts are vital to the operation of a vehicle, often preventing death or serious injury. Don’t risk your precious cargo – Contact Safety Restore about seat belt buckle repair today.