inertia-reel seat belt

inertia-reel seat belt

n
a type of car seat belt in which the belt is free to unwind from a metal drum except when the drum locks as a result of rapid deceleration
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inertia-reel seat belt

[ɪˌnɜːʃəˌriːlˈsiːtˌbɛlt] ncintura di sicurezza con pretensionatore
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Safety standards are top of the range, including three-point inertia-reel seat belts all round the vehicle, front and side airbags, as well as head airbags at the side, adaptive brake lights and daytime driving lights.
Head and thorax airbags are integrated at the front and sides, and in the seat backrests, while three-point inertia-reel seat belts come equipped with new belt tightening technology, and reinforced A-pillars and roll bars behind the headrests ensure uncompromising standards of safety.
The latest Cooper is 60mm longer than its predecessor to meet pedestrian impact regulations and comes with six airbags, three-point inertia-reel seat belts on all four seats and ISOFIX child seat fastening systems in the rear.