Seat belts are for those who are crash prone. A better thing is defensive driving. Keeps the insurance rates down better than buckling up, which is not really protective of the vehicle.Why would you do this? Are you opposed to using a seatbelt that has been proven to save lives when properly used though these past 40 years?
They are not mutually exclusive. Drive defensively while wearing your seatbelt.Seat belts are for those who are crash prone. A better thing is defensive driving. Keeps the insurance rates down better than buckling up, which is not really protective of the vehicle.
If you really didn't want to wear the seatbelt, then for 100-200 feet the chime shouldn't be that annoying.You guys are missing the point. All I asked was if anyone had accomplished this. The reason is on me, love the ..... answers.
Mostly when working and driving short distances, not even on a road, it is easier to just get in drive 100 or two hundred feet and get out.
You noticed that we received not one constructive answer.I'm with Swanson. I can spend half a day driving around on a 15 acre parcel between 10 different projects. Hauling tools, material and crew. Never exceeding 5 mph on private roads sometimes paved, mostly not. Yeah it might only be a 2 min. drive - but multiple that time 30 or 50 times in a day... Don't jump to the conclusion all trucks are on public roads all the time driving 25 to 75 mph. I don't have an answer to the OP, but I sure appreciate learning one.
Note (learned this today using it for first time): you need to take it out of the belt when you park. Otherwise even if you leave the vehicle, lock it and all your keys are away from it - the Rivian thinks you are buckled in and the stereo and screens stay on.Problem solved:
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