Chevy Traverse

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The loud chimes of the bell ringing telling teens their seat belt is not fastened is sometimes not enough to get them to put on seat belt.

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Chevy’s new safety feature will not allow teens to start car until seat belt is fastened. Chevy calls it “Buckle to Drive” a new feature that prohibits drivers from shifting out of park until their seat belt is fastened. This will be standard in 2020 Chevrolet Traverse, Malibu and Colorado.

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