About 3-Point Seat Belt Collection
3-Point Seat Belt Collection
When it comes to moving people, it pays to be safe. We buckle up when we sit down in a car, but historically school and charter buses have often operated without the legal requirement of seat belts. While some states have laws on the books requiring seat belts for school buses, it behooves all bus fleet operators to install aftermarket seats with adjustable belts in their vehicles for optimum safety when transporting children and adults.
The 3-point seat belt was designed by engineer Nils Bohlin in the late 1950s for Volvo. Its shoulder and lap belt working in tandem were deemed such an important feature for safety that the automaker made the new seat belt patent open for use by other car manufacturers in order to guarantee that everyone could benefit from its enhanced features. Since its implementation, the 3-point seat belt has saved hundreds of thousands if not millions of lives and reduced the severity of auto accident injuries for countless people, making it the single most important safety advancement in the history of the automobile.
Of course, aesthetics are important for any people-carrying fleet. You can’t just throw in any old replacement seats; you need your aftermarket bus seating to be visually consistent. To this end Suburban Seating & Safety offers custom ordering for the 3-point seat belt collection, giving you the ability to choose materials, options, and accessories to make sure everything’s up to your exact specifications. Don’t settle for bland, non-matching replacement seats when you can have the best custom ordering experience with Suburban Seating & Safety. Email us today at email@example.com to talk to a representative about your fleet seating needs.