Nothing to do with the law, for me. I wouldn't be typing this message if it weren't for belts.mvpatriot said:Before you say it, I know I should be wearing my seatbelt at all times. But with that being said, is there annother way besides going to the junkyard for some old fasteners to shut this thing up? I can't imagine all of you are law abiding citizens.
(shhh) I didn't tell him that on purpose, I pointed him to the other thread, where he'll eventually stumble across the procedure, but not before hearing more stories that may possibly change his mind about seatbelt use.badss said:There is a section in your owners manual that tells you how to cut it off. If that does not work, your dealer can do it
I have found a way to get the bell to stop, BUCKLE YOUR DAMN SEAT BELT!!!!mvpatriot said:Before you say it, I know I should be wearing my seatbelt at all times. But with that being said, is there annother way besides going to the junkyard for some old fasteners to shut this thing up? I can't imagine all of you are law abiding citizens.
not a bad idea!!! Here in MA, claims will be paid even if the driver is under the influence of drugs and / or alcohol which really needs to be changed.Finch said:Just an FYI, a cop friend of mine told me last week that insurance companies are starting to refuse compensation for people who weren't wearing their seatbelts.
I second that. It's a really strange experience to have all the unrestrained contents of your car flying past your head in slow-motion along with that crunching sound and thud.Northern Rider said:Nothing to do with the law, for me. I wouldn't be typing this message if it weren't for belts.
Buckle up, buckaroos!
Simple. Just snap the buckle together.mannionr said:I really don't see how it should be anyone's concern if the guy is wearing his seatbelt. Vivid scare tatic examples of people being killed are not needed. We were all shown those videos in drivers ed, and as a grown adult, he is able to make his own decisions. All he asked was how to shut up the noise.
Look in your manual, I forget what page, but you have to jump through a few hoops to get it to work. The light will remain on, but the sound will stop. I too find it annoying.
I think we should be branded with:Northern Rider said:Simple. Just snap the buckle together.
No it isn't anybody's concern - expect one's parents, partner, children, close friends - and - the paramedics who have to scrape the driver's remains into a body bag - and the poor cop who has to inform his loved ones of the consequences of his stupidity.