The Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard 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, Alzheimer’s, Autism, and more. The Buckle Boss® Seat Belt Guard is proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. and is labeled and packaged by special needs students in Lexington, Massachusetts!
The Buckle Boss® Belt Guard is durably constructed, effective and easy to use and remove with a key or any slim object! (Just be sure the passenger using the Buckle Boss® Belt Guard does not have any small items nearby!) The Buckle Boss Belt Guard is an automobile seat belt safety accessory/device. It does not restrain the passenger in any way apart from normal seat belt use and is designed to guard the vehicle seat belt release button from the fingers of special needs children or adults with cognitive disabilities.
Child Resistant Seat Belt Guard for Kids with Autism or Other Cognitive Disabilities
Seat Belt Safety for Adults with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease
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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.
Pricing and Discounts
- 1 – 5 Units $14.00 Each
- 6 – 24 Units $13.00 Each
- 25 – 49 Units $12.00 Each
- 50 – 99 Units $11.00 Each
- 100+ Units $10.00 Each
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