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Old 01-23-2013, 04:52 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Your 100% correct in your opinions, death would be the best outcome. However if what your speaking of does happen I'm covered. I have an extremely large life insurance policy and AD&D. I work for a living and do not sponge off our nation. Its enough to take care of my needs in the event something bad happens.

To better explain myself since obviously I need to here. I work 1.5 miles of urban road away from my place of employment. The speed limit is no more then 30 miles and hour and I actually don't break it. I spend a crap load of money on dry cleaning and I cannot stand showing up for work with a wrinkled dress shirt and tie, due to this I choose not to use my safety belt. If I go anywhere else especially the highway it goes on. I understand the importance of this belt more then probably most of you because one saved my life when I flipped over in a canal in Florida.

I've taken measures to protect my family and myself in the event my decision back fires. At the end of the day its my right and I will pay any tickets or penalties for not using the belt.

Now lets move on and I appreciate the people who replied with information.
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Change the vendor of your suit, a 1.5 mile ride should not wrinkle your suit, check joseph a bank traveller shirts, they don't wrinkle in Houston after my 30 minute ride. Hang your coat in the back with a hanger, above each door you have a clip for this reason.

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I had a lot of problems in Houston due to the heat/humidity.

Wear your seatbelt, no matter how prepared you think you are the act of having to have someone wipe your ass, shower you, and feed you is an impact on your family. This is not something I would not expect you to understand, but after 7 years of taking care of my father after his stroke, I can tell you the impact is far greater than you expect. Don't be stupid, make the right choice for your family, not cause of your wrinkled suit.
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:06 PM   #22 (permalink)
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thanks for you opinions, will look into those shirts
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:10 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I purchased the seat belt alarm stopper and it works perfectly. I will link to ebay the one I purchased but I'm not way affiliated with the seller.

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This is for information purpose only, I'm adding this disclaimer so the liberals don't jump all over me once again for not using a safety belt....
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I got my 2012 300 Limited in January 2012. The dealer couldn't find a seat belt extender listed for it. I found the procedure described above and the salesman did it for me because I couldn't. I think it disabled both front seats. It still shows the message on the little screen. It can be removed with the > button but it comes back each time I slow down. I bought an extender from Casual Male online. It worked for a while and then would not click in. I since had gastric bypass surgery, lost a lot of weight and now use the seat belt all the time but I don't want the bell turned back on.
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I got my 2012 300 Limited in January 2012. The dealer couldn't find a seat belt extender listed for it. I found the procedure described above and the salesman did it for me because I couldn't. I think it disabled both front seats. It still shows the message on the little screen. It can be removed with the > button but it comes back each time I slow down. I bought an extender from Casual Male online. It worked for a while and then would not click in. I since had gastric bypass surgery, lost a lot of weight and now use the seat belt all the time but I don't want the bell turned back on.

I hate that darn bell sound
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...Your probably one of those liberals who thinks gun rights should be taken away...
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I'm adding this disclaimer so the liberals don't jump all over me once again for not using a safety belt....
I'm not getting defensive about this because I am not a liberal, but you are a freaking jerk.

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I'm not getting defensive about this because I am not a liberal, but you are a freaking jerk.
thanks for your opinion, hope you feel better about getting that out in the open.
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