When individuals have issues with their seatbelts—specifically their seat belt buckles—they basically have three options they can go with. The first option of course, is to ignore the problem and simply drive with faulty seat belts. The second option is to purchase brand new seat belts at the dealer. The final option is to send their seat belts in their current state to be reset by a company like Safety Restore. As you can imagine, there are several differences between the three options. Let me describe just a few to you below.
To start, a major difference is the practicality or safety of the different options. Obviously, the first choice should immediately be dismissed because it is neither safe nor practical. The second option is safe. The final option—having your current faulty seat belts repaired—is, believe it or not, both safe and practical. Many people think that by simply repairing their faulty seat belts they may be jeopardizing their safety but this is not true. Safety Restore makes sure to repair seat belts to their factory settings so that they can operate like brand new ones would.
The next thing that can be compared between the different options is seat belt buckle repair cost. Of course, the first option has the lowest seat belt buckle repair cost—as letting it be costs nothing. The second option comes with the priciest seat belt buckle repair cost, and the third option is the most affordable. When choosing to repair seat belts at Safety Restore you would be only paying up to $114.99 per seat belt, rather than hundreds or even thousands of dollars for new seat belts at the dealer! When it comes down to it, why would you choose to spend all that money for the second option when you can obtain the same results with the third option, and save money in the process?