Seat Belt Tag Information.

Seat Belt Safety Regulations

Effective on March 1, 1967, seat belts are required by law as standard components to your vehicle. Each state's laws differ, but wearing a seat belt is required across all states as either a Primary Law (ticket for not wearing seat belt), or Secondary Law (ticket for not wearing seat belts only when there is another citation). Since then, seat belts have saved thousands of lives and helped reduce bodily injury by stopping the second impact (passenger colliding with car interior). According to the Department of Motor Vehicles- "Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among people age 44 and younger and the number one cause of head and spinal cord injury. 63% of people killed in accidents are not wearing seat belts."

Seat Belts save lives. Don't risk your life or the lives of your loved ones.

Our Seat Belts are assembled, sewn, finished and packaged in the U.S.A. with domestic & foreign components. Our manufacturer thoroughly tests and inspects our lap belts, 2 point retractable seat belts, 3 point adjustable seat belts and 3 point retractable safety belts to ensure they meet and exceed the highest safety standards at a cost effective price.

What our tags tell you:


FMVSS #209 - "Seat Belt Assemblies - Passenger Cars, Multipurpose Passenger Vehicles, Trucks, and Buses (Effective 3-1-67) This standard specifies requirements for seat belt assemblies. The requirements apply to straps, webbing, or similar material, as well as to all necessary buckles and other fasteners and all hardware designed for installing the assembly in a motor vehicle, and to the installation, usage, and maintenance instructions for the assembly"


FMVSS #302 - "Flammability of Interior Materials - Passenger Cars, Multipurpose Passenger Vehicles, Trucks, and Buses (Effective 9-1-72) This standard specifies burn resistance requirements for materials used in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles. Its purpose is to reduce deaths and injuries to motor vehicle occupants caused by vehicle fires, especially those originating in the interior of the vehicle from sources such as matches or cigarettes."

Society of Automotive Engineers #SAE J386 COMPLIANT

SAE #J386 - Operator Restraint System for Off-Road Work Machines -"This SAE Standard establishes the minimum performance requirements for pelvic restraint systems (seat belts, anchorages, and the fastening elements of seat belts) necessary to restrain an operator or rider within a roll-over protective structure (ROPS) in the event of a machine roll-over, as defined in ISO 3471, or tip-over protection structure (TOPS), in the event of a machine tip over as defined in ISO 12117. This SAE Standard applies to off-road, self-propelled work machines fitted with ROPS as specified in ISO 3471, TOPS as specified in ISO 12117 and operator restraint."

Our Seat Belts are tested in the USA, to USA Standards.

Other companies import foreign made retro-style seat belts that have been tested to foreign standards. The truth is if your seat belt is not manufactured and tested to pass in the United States of America, there's really no way of verifying what standards the seat belt is subjected to.

Safety is our top priority! Our seat belt manufacturer, Seatbelt Solutions consistently test all buckles, webbing and components in house at their Jupiter Florida Location.

***Additional Info available at:
Public Information Office
Division of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 27412
Richmond, VA 23269
(804) 257-0041.