Seatbelts save thousands of lives every year. Since being made compulsory in 1983 for drivers to wear seatbelts and rear passengers in 1991, you face a fine or prosecution if caught not wearing one.
Whilst the seatbelt may look like just a piece of fabric, it can often be the difference between life and death. It’s concept is also very simple: to keep you from flying forward into the windscreen or dash on impact.
Like most components in car, over time they can wear, break or not function correctly. It is never a good idea to repair a seat as lives are at stake.
If your seatbelt needs replacing, it can be easily done at low cost and fitted with minimal effort.