Seatbelt Solutions are Seatbelt Specialists


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Cars :: Car Seatbelts

Seatbelts are  available  for most makes and models in  a  good  variety of colours and configurations.

Different types of seatbelts include:

Lapbelts: Fitted in many vehicles in the centre rear position (In some cases these can be changed for a Lap/Diagonal  or can be used in conjunction with  a  Child Harness)

Static: These are the older style which are fixed and do not roll away.

Retractable: Common type of seatbelt fitted to most  vehicles which retracts back when not in use.

Some late model vehicles are fitted with ‘Pyrotechnic’  seatbelts which connect to the airbag system – these are very expensive to replace and in most  cases  are  available  only as genuine parts  from  the  vehicle manufacturers.
Trucks :: Truck Seatbelts

We have a awesome range of extra long truck seatbelts to suit trucks.

So, whether it is truck seatbelt repairs/replacements or new Truck seatbelts give us a call.
Motor-homes :: Motor-home Seatbelts

A motorhome manufactured on or after 1 October 2003,  and  a motor vehicle  converted  into a  motorhome  on or after 1 October 2003   has  to  comply with new regulations regarding seatbelts.

Check out the link below:

Motor Home Link 

We are able to fit seat belts and mounting bars etc and can organize  the  necessary  certification for you.

Call us for a quote on this conversion.

[jtab/] Pets :: Pet Restraints

One  of  the  most important reasons  for restraining your pet is because it affects not just your vehicle’s occupants, but potentially many others. Pets and loose objects are the 3rd worst in-car distraction. You owe it to yourself, your family, and other passengers in your vehicle to prevent injury. In an accident, a pet can be thrown with hundreds or even thousands of pounds of force into other occupants of the vehicle, easily causing life threatening injuries. A good restraint system can help minimise this danger.



[jtab/] Children :: Child Harness


A child harness stops a child’s body from  being thrown forward in a crash, helping avoid head, spinal and abdominal injuries.

Harnesses are suitable for children weighing 14 – 32 kg, and can be used in conjunction with booster seats until a child weighs 26 kg and on their own after that.

The harness must be correctly installed in your vehicle and adjusted properly to fit your child.