Seat belts and headphones have one common Property: Even if you haven't touched them for a long time, they are suddenly completely twisted. And this usually happens exactly when you are in a hurry. With headphones, untangling can take a few minutes. Only then are they (maybe) usable again. But for a twisted seat belt from the vehicle or from the child seat, the following trick from the video below helps. This is just a small part of the belt shaped into a triangle. Then the buckle is pulled over it and you're done and the belt is untangled.
Why is untangling so important?
Twisted straps aren't just for kids uncomfortablebut also dangerous. In the event of an accident, serious injuries can even occur because the belt is in its function limited is. It can even happen that the belt does not hold at all. In this case the child would (especially with the problem with the child seat) fly across the vehicle. It is therefore better if the trick is practiced two or three times beforehand. Then it takes less than 10 seconds when the belt is twisted again the next time. And the trick even works with the whining child in the car seat. Follow the instructions in a video for the normal Vehicle belt:
Below are the instructions in a video for the strap from Child seat:
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