Ever find yourself looking at the interior of your car and wishing it was customizable?
Guess what? It can be!
No matter the situation, Safety Restore can make your seatbelts look brand new. Whether they are old and tattered or Fido decided to borrow your back seat belt as a chew toy on a long trip, you can replace them easily!
Be sure not to throw away your old seat belt, though, because when you send in your old seat belts, Safety Restore can re-web them back to better than factory condition.
We offer many different colors and can match most makes and models and ALL years.
A few colors we offer:
Red with Black Edge
These are just to name a few.
How do I get my seatbelt webbing replacement?
First, you’ll need to place your order and pay. You can do this by going here
Next, you’ll need the address of Safety Restore so you can mail us your old seatbelt. Be sure to print your receipt after you have made your order and mail it with your seat belt.
40 Main St.
Westfield, MA 01085
That’s all! You only have to wait one day (24 hours), and your new seat belt will be mailed right back to you. It’s such a simple process that will make your interior look so much better. Just make sure Fido has a chew toy on your next long trip because what dog can resist a brand new seat belt to chew on?
If you have any more questions, you can call us at 855-552-7233 Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 8 PM EST. Don’t like calling? You can text us at 413-454-5570. We will be more than happy to assist you with any questions, concerns or comments.
What about my classic car?
That’s not a problem. We can repair your old seat belts and make them function like brand new. We use brand new OEM webbing material. This is the material of the actual seat belt. We also take apart the seat belt retractor mechanism, clean it, and send it back working in perfect order.
This isn’t a seat belt replacement, but rather a refurbishing service. This makes our service very cost-effective for you and is a great alternative to buying brand new seat belts. Be sure to ask Fido what color he wants in the back seat, too!