What is the locking mechanism in a car seatbelt called?
Most seat belts have locking mechanisms built into the retracting mechanism. Called an Automatic Locking Retractor (ALR), this seat belt design is a safety feature intended to hold a child car seat in place.
How does the belt mechanism work?
In a typical seatbelt system, the belt webbing is connected to a retractor mechanism. The central element in the retractor is a spool, which is attached to one end of the webbing. When you pull the webbing out, the spool rotates counter-clockwise, which turns the attached spring in the same direction.
How do you bypass a seatbelt lock?
How do I know if my seat belt is working?
How do 3 point seatbelts work?
The three-point seat belt is a Y-shaped combination of lap and sash belts which is drawn over the body and locked into the buckle holder. It restrains the energy of your shoulders, chest and pelvis when the vehicle is moving.