- n. alternative spelling of seat belt.
- n. a safety belt used in a car or plane to hold you in your seat in case of an accident
- From seat + belt. (Wiktionary)
“Seriously don't freak, when a seatbelt is available I use it (people here don't even when available).”
“My seatbelt is not done up! as she climbs on her bicycle:”
“People in an SUV on an icy road run off the side, roll the thing several times, and the guy in the back seat, who was not wearing a seatbelt, is ejected from the vehicle and dies.”
“A seatbelt is undone, â€ the car seemed to growl, and Alice crossed her slim arms across her chest. â€œSee, Herbert?”
“If you are re-entering Mexico from the United States, make sure your seatbelt is fastened on the American side.”
“What would be the appropriate penalties for drivers disobeying such a law e.g. failure to wear a seatbelt is a fine of $167?”
“Since citations for riding in the back of a pickup truck would be classified as seatbelt violations, it is difficult to track the number of incidents.”
“If you ever think not wearing a seatbelt is a good idea come to India or Nepal on holiday, it'll soon change your mind.”
“Not wearing a seatbelt was the most common motoring offence picked up during a road safety check in Calcot on Monday.”
“As it stands now, wearing a seatbelt is a secondary law -- police cannot pull a driver over for not wearing a seatbelt, but if drivers are not wearing a seatbelt when they are pulled over for another citation they can receive an additional fine, said Rich Kirkpatrick, spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.”
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