A flat H-shaped metal item intended to clip belt webbing together at a free sliding latchplate in order to prevent the webbing from sliding through. A pre-crash positioning device only. Not to be used as a belt shortening clip.
Metal hardware used to hold the lap portion of a lap-shoulder belt from lengthening during normal driving by clamping the webbing together next to the latchplate; also called a "regular" locking clip. See also Belt-shortening clip.
a metal object shaped like an H or T, and comes with new safety seats