A harness designed to keep you safe in a car is no longer necessary, but it’s a reminder to make sure you wear it when driving.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says its safety harnesses are not required by law to be worn in every car.
But that doesn’t mean they’re not useful.
Here’s how to wear one in your car.
What to wear:MCR safety harness on a passenger seatThe MCR Safety Harness is a harness designed for passengers in cars with a passenger seating position that’s at least 6 inches above the ground.
It’s a seat belt that can be attached to a passenger’s lap or leg.
The harness has three straps and two loops that can hold up to a quarter-inch of a passenger.
It comes in two sizes: 1-inch and 2-inch.
model has a wide strap that can stretch to fit most people.
The 3-in.-size harness can be worn around your waist and has a narrower strap, but the 2-ins.
is the largest and most secure harness.
It has two straps that can overlap to keep a passenger from slipping on the seat.
The seatbelt buckle is attached to the harness with a rubber band that can also be removed to keep the harness from sliding off your lap.
The buckle is adjustable, and it’s attached to your seat belt with Velcro straps.
The velcro straps are attached to both sides of the harness, making it easy to change the size or position of the straps.
You can also attach the belt buckle to the back of your seat, for extra protection.
The MCT Safety Harvester is a safety harness for vehicles with a rear seat.
It can hold a passenger in one of two positions: at the rear or at the front.
The MCT harness can attach to your lap, knee, or ankle, and can also have straps for people who sit in a forward or back seat.
The rear seat MCT can be installed to protect you from falls and other crashes, but you can’t put the harness on the passenger’s chest.
The straps attach to the front of the seat, making the harness a great choice for people riding in a vehicle with a child seat.
If you have any questions about safety harness installation or how to make the most of it, call the National Highway Safety Administration toll-free at 1-800-327-4236.