The origin of the car seat belt. The seatbelt is the basic protective device for protecting the occupants during the collision of a car, it is born earlier than the car. As early as 1885, seat belts appeared and were used in carriages to prevent passengers from falling off the wagon. In a car race in New York on May 20, 1902, a racing driver tied himself and his companion to a seat with a couple of belts to prevent the car from being dumped at high speed. In the race, the cars they drove were accidentally rushed into the crowd, killing two people, injuring dozens of people, and the racers survived the belt. These belts also become the prototype of the car seat belt, the first use in the car, it saved the life of the user.