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Seatbelts above 15mph. would probably be a wise choice. Especially off road. I used to have a jeep cj with no doors. It really doesn't take much to lose a passenger, in an off road situation. A lot less than you'd ever believe. Luckily I only lost one. Lesson learned, and it had a happy ending. But wow! It was a scary moment. 

As to defeating the mechanism. I would think that latching it behind your back should work. 

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Yes, I was talking, while checking the driver side view mirror. Looked over...gone. just like that. Grassy,  gently rolling hills, about 15mph. actually. No turns, just a gentle bump...gone. 

See the problem is, the grab handle is way up at a full arm's reach away. And there's absolutely nothing else to grab on the way out. We had a nervous laugh about it. He said the tire was coming right at him. But after that day. Seatbelts were mandatory for the passengers. The driver has a steering wheel to hang on to. 

Glad you figured out the seatbelt issue. I hate machines thinking for me. There's always something that makes you need it do what it doesn't want to do. 

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