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Gahanna, OH (via Hilliard, OH)

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Comment 28 Jul 2016

Have you considered throwing down a Gif-Off challenge?  

If nothing else challenge him covertly then call a forfeit & declare yourself the champ.  No one can mess with the champ... /s

Comment 27 Jul 2016

Solution: Link it to the transmission. 

You can't take (most) automatic transmissions out of Park w/o stepping on the brake, just add another layer w/the seat belt.  Thus allowing you to idle (or remote start) your car w/o having the seat belt engaged.  The same sensor that triggers the "ding" can release the transmission. 

Manual trans (do they make those anymore?) owners are just screwed. 

Comment 27 Jul 2016

believe it or not I have seen people actually buckle the seatbelt BEHIND them to make it go away.

why do all that when you can just pull the fuse?

Comment 27 Jul 2016

As someone who did a header into the retaining wall on 670 within the past 12 months, I can attest.  Seat-belt left me with 2 bruised ribs and a bump on the leg, airbag chewed up my forehead pretty good, but I didn't go through the windshield in front of my 5 year old son.

Buckle up for safety, not because the Highway Patrol tells you to.

Thinking ahead, with all the advances they've made in automotive technology, how is it that we can't disable the ignition until the seat-belt is fastened? They can already do all this....

how hard can it be, really?