Seat belt

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

A seat belt is a strap that holds a person into his or her seat in a car, truck, plane, or other vehicle, so that in a crash he or she would not be injured or killed by flying forward and hitting parts of the vehicle or being thrown out of it. They are helpful in saving lives in car accidents. It was made in 1959 by Volvo.