SEATING & TRANSPORT - CAR SEATS & CAR RESTRAINTS - page 1

FAS Seat Belt Buckle Guard
The FASBuckleGuard is anAustralian designed car restaint that offers
protection to those at risk of accidentally undoing their seat belt in cars.
TheBuckleGuardslipsoverexistingseatbeltbucklesandonceapplied,
theuserwill not beable toundo theseat belt buckle. Theseat belt buckle
canbesafelyreleasedbyinsertinganykey-sizeobjectinoneoftheslots.
The universal size suits most car seat belts. For those with
non-standard sized seat belts contact us for further information.
The Buckle Guard is made of ABS plastic hence is very difficult to
break. The package comes with a webbing cutter for emergency use,
a wedge spacer, and a warning label.
It is recommended by the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZ
4370:1996 that a
medical certificate
from a medical practitioner and a
proper prescription form be completed before we supply this Buckle
Guard. A copy of the medical certificate should be kept in the vehicle
that the user is in. Periodic review of use is also recommended.
A snap-off wedge spacer is provided for flling up loose space
allowing the buckle to rest snugly inside. Two releasing slots are
available on the Buckle Guard.
Model No.
SVBG-U101
58 mm W x 36 mm H x 60 mm D
Patent Number:
(Australia) AS2005100698
(China) 200530063856 & 200520064194.8
(USA) 11/470999
The Buckle-Guard see-through design ensures it is functioning.
It complies with Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZ
4370:1996 - Restraint of Children with Disabilities in Motor Vehicles.
Releasing slots
4 Easy steps to install the
Buckle Guard
1. Slide buckle into Buckle Guard, fasten buckle by
inserting the tongue through the half opening end.
2. Insert Wedge-shape Spacer (can be broken into two
pieces), slide along wall to take up loose space.
3. Fix spacer with adhesive tape.
4. Insert a key type object into one of the two slots to
release the seat belt buckle .
Seating & Transport - car seatS & car restraints
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Important!
When purchasing a car restraint device such as car seats, buckle guard, transport
supporter, E-Z-On vest etc., clients should follow the recommendations of the
Australian Standard AS/NZ 4370:1996 - Restraint of Children with Disabilities in
Motor Vehicles. A copy of a Medical Certificate specifying the reasons behind
using a car restraint should be carried in the vehicle the user travels in. The use
of a car restraint should be subject to periodic reviews.
IMportant notice:
before ordering a car restraint PLease download
an order & prescription form from
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