Honda came around in the past few years and started offering them.Chevy offeres them, as does Mercedes - I have heard that Honda does not stating some sort of crazy safety issue. There are second market groups that offer them too.
Going to move this thread to the Main board as this has come up before and others might have a good idea for you. What specific model are you looking for?
I loved my 2002 Caddy Eldorado which I finally laid to rest in 2016 (the NorthStar aka the DeathStar V8) finally failed me for good, but a car like that always makes a great impression with a supersize passenger. No center console and a very wide power passenger seat was perfect. Alas, these dinosaurs are nearly all used up and there are fewer suitable options today.On a somewhat related note; I acquired a 2002 Cadillac Deville earlier this year, and good lord, what a relief. As a mechanic, I am less than enamoured with the terminal design flaws of the Northstar engine. The entire car can be a pain in the ass to work on in general. That being said, I haven't been this comfortable in nearly 20 years. To breathe easy and be able to move about in a way average people take for granted is absolutely delightful.
I've a question on this should you use the extender on the belt or receiver of the system?Ok, so the solution on handling seatbelts on planes is obvious (extenders).
I am wondering how y'all have been dealing with this in cars. I have never been able to solve this, so any thoughts would be helpful! Thanks.
Car seat belt extenders are available. You can purchase them from Amazon. I ordered one but it never got delivered.I am wondering how y'all have been dealing with this in cars. I have never been able to solve this, so any thoughts would be helpful! Thanks.