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  • #46
    Mine does not do that. I have seen that on the rear of most newer cars so that child restraints can be cinched up. Not so on the front of mine but I will investigate further. It is a 2001 3 series and over the years I have not even thought that it was possible for the front, so, thanks for the tip kmac530. Maybe a good thing, otherwise I might spend more time going sideways when I should be going straight to work and home again. Len.

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    • #47
      I just verifyed in my 2009 Chevy Traverse, it does do it on both of the front seats. It did it on all of my last few Chevy trucks and it does it my daughters Scion Xb. Seems odd that a performance driving machine like BMW would not do that. Never know with car companies roday though.

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      • #48
        The age of the "nanny car" is upon us whether we like it or not. Maybe by the time I ought to be too old to drive, I'll be able to own a car that thinks for me and avoids all the hazards that driving formerly presented....
        http://editorial.autos.msn.com/blogs...cid=autos_3283

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