If you're looking for a seat belt replacement, then STOP and read this first.
Most people think they need to replace their seat belts if their vehicle has been in an accident, or if they simply experience some of the issues that will be listed below. BUT, the reality is that 95% of seat belts experiencing issues, or that have been in a car crash can be repaired to 100% factory condition and in the process saving you hundreds of dollars per seat belt! You heard that right. So... the question becomes, do you need to replace your seatbelt or can your seatbelt be repaired? Is it part of the 95% that can? Well you can go through the list of seat belt issues that most people experience and find out for yourself. Or, you can save yourself the hassle and just give us a call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be able to let you know almost instantly - or, you can read some of the most common issues that people face with their seatbelts and see for yourself if we can repair it. (I'm betting on the fact that we can!). BTW, we support repairs for all types of seat belts like duel-stage, triple-stage seat belts and even racing harness seat belts. If it exists, most likely we've repaired it.
Are you looking for a seatbelt replacement becuase it's locked or stuck? Your retracter is broken or not working properly?
There are many signs that your seat belt is locked. Like, if it's not retracting at all, if it's retracting very slowly, if it seems jammed, if there are weird noises coming out when you try retracting it, or if it just doesn't come out all of the way. All of these symptoms mean that your seatbelt is locked and most of the time a seat belt gets locked after an accident. If this is your issue, then we can absolutley fix it and you don't need seat belt replacing! We can get into the details of why it's locked, how we fix it, but I'm sure you don't care and just want it back to its fully working condition! All you have to do is send it into us and we'll get it fixed and sent back within 24 Hours.
Are you looking to replace your seat belt(s) because your webbing is torn, worn out or just not in perfect and safe? (Usually
The webbing is a major part of your seat belt so you have to make sure its in 100% perfect condition. If your strap is ripped/torn, showing signs of wear and tear, or if it's just not in perfect condition then it's time to replace it and we can do just that! In fact, you'll be happy to learn that we can even replace it with a different color webbing. Some of our options are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, pink, and many additional shades of those colors. Also, keep in mind that your seat belt webbing is made to stretch a certain amount. This happens so that when you're in an accident the speed at which you stop moving forward upon impact is not instant and decreased over a slower period to prevent major injury. BUT, once it's stretched, it does not go back to normal like a rubber band and this safety feature can no longer work again. In this case you also want to make sure you replace your seatbelt webbing in case there is ever another incident again (God forbid!).
Are you looking for seat belt replacement because your seat belt buckle is having issues? Your buckle pretensioner (the female part of the seat belt where the latch inserts into) is compressed? Your tensioner is blown?
This one is pretty simple to spot. You can take a look at your seat belt buckle, and if it's compressed, or some of you may refer to it as "squished" then you need this buckle repair service. When a vehicle is in a crash the seat belt needs to do its main job and stop unrolling the strep/webbing to prevent you from moving towards the windshield. This is the job of the tensioner which is activated when the vehicle detects that its suddenly slowing down in an extreme fashion. Once this instant deceleration is detected a little explosive device goes off in the buckle or the seat belt retractor depending on the type of seat belt you have. This is what activates the seat belt to stop the strap. This is what needs to be repaired to fix your buckle issue.
We also service pretty much all makes and models, below is a list of the most popular car models that we service. If you don't see yours on the list, simply reach out to us to verify if we can service your seat belts:
Acura, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ferrari, Ford, GMC, Genesis, Honda, Hummer, Hyundai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jaguar, Jeep, KIA, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Lotus, Maserati, Mazda, Maybach, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, Mercury, Mitsubishi, MINI Cooper, Nissan, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Saturn, Scion, Smart, Subaru, Suzuki, Tesla, Toyota and VW, Volkswagen and Volvo
If you have an issues that isn't on this list, just get in touch with us and we will let you know if it's an issue that we can solve for you. Our repairs are 100% guaranteed and we offer a lifetime warranty on all of the repairs. We bring your seat belt back to your factory condition or better.
Contact us today at (855) 552-7233 or email@example.com to get a free seat belt consultation!