Helps Keep Kids Safely Buckled Up!!
The Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard Helps keep kids safely buckled up! It is an automobile seat belt safety accessory/device designed to guard the vehicle seat belt release button from the fingers of special needs children or adults with cognitive disabilities such as ADD, Angelman Syndrome, Alzheimers, Autism, etc.
The Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard is proudly manufactured in the U.S.A.
Labeled and packaged by special needs students in Lexington, Massachusetts!
How to use the Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard
- Position the Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard over the red seat belt button.
- Insert the seat belt into the side slot that is over the opening where the belt fits into the buckle.
- Do not insert the seat belt into the middle slot (it’s not critical, but makes it a little more difficult to “pop” the button quickly).
- To release, push any key or slim object into either of the two free slots.
Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard Customer Testimonials
Excellent!! My almost 5 year old son with autism would suddenly unbuckle and would be standing next to me in our van. This buckle guard has completely solved that problem. We use the car key to pop it open because it is very convenient and always with us as we get him out of his booster.-Tina
All parents with young kids, autistic kids, kids who don’t want to be in their seat belt should have one of these for each of their cars. Our grandson, who is very autistic, is impossible to keep in a seat belt, which makes for a very dangerous situation. Tried everything. This works! He can’t unbuckle himself, he stay put and is safe. We use the car key to put between the slots to release him. When you get them for your personal cars, don’t forget the baby sitters and grandparents.-Jenny
Easy to use.. Easy to unlock. My son who is a special needs child diagnosed with autism would constantly unbuckle his seat belt while i was driving causes so much distraction not to mention fear for my son safety as i was drving. This stop all of that. It is definitely worth the money. My son has not figured how to unbuckle it yet so i would consider your child cognitive and fine motor skills before buying. This saftey devices covers the reslease button of belt and requires thin object (like key or popsclie stick) to release belt buckle.-Happy Mom
I’ve had to buy several of the ‘angel guards’. They’ve all broken. My 9 year old son has special needs and requires a belt guard for safety. He was never able to get out of the angel guard but they broke so easily because of their design. So far, the Buckle Boss has been very useful in it’s purpose and because of the design it doesn’t have weak points that can break when opening. I would definitely recommend this particular seat belt guard to other parents.-May