Seat belts help to restrain you and your passengers in case of a collision. All passengers are legally required to wear seat belts while the vehicle is moving.
For your safety, your vehicle has combination lap and shoulder belts for the driver and front seat passenger and lap belts without retractors in all other designated seating positions. The middle seat is only equipped with a lap belt.
Always drive and ride with your seatback upright and the lap belt snug and low across the hips to reduce the risk of serious injury to the abdomen or neck that could be caused by sliding under the safety belts in a collision.
Never let a passenger hold a child on his or her lap while the vehicle is moving. The passenger cannot protect the child from injury in a collision.
Never use a single belt for more than one person or across more than one seating position. This greatly increases the risk that one or both of the people will be injured in a collision.
COMBINATION LAP AND SHOULDER BELTS
While your vehicle is in motion, the combination lap and shoulder belt adjust to your movement. However, if you brake hard, corner hard or if your vehicle receives an impact, the lap and shoulder belt locks and prevents you from moving.
To fasten the belt, pull the lap/shoulder belt from the retractor so that the shoulder portion of the belt crosses your shoulder and chest. Insert the belt tongue into the proper buckle until you hear a snap and feel it latch.
To tighten the lap portion of the belt, pull up on the shoulder belt until it fits you snugly. The lap portion of the belt should rest as low on your hips as possible.
The back of the campervan does not have seatbelts or any type of restraint system for passengers. Because of this, passengers are not allowed to ride in the back of the campervan when the van is in motion. Violating this rule may result in serious injury or death upon an accident and fines depending on the state in which you are in violation.
SAFETY RESTRAINTS FOR CHILDREN
BABY SEAT / BOOSTER SEAT OPTIONS
· Baby seat (0-3 years): Not suitable
· Booster seat (4-7 years): Depends on state legislation - it remains the hirers responsibility to identify those for each state
We advise you to check the following website for more information:
Depending on which states you might be travelling through, you need to follow the rules of each separate state.