Seat Belt warning and Seat occupant alert - how to get rid of it.

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Just finished a road trip and skipped the last charger.
Where I am at there are chargers everywhere.
yeah I do the same, I pushed the car a few times to its last legs and was surprised to see how much juice you can squeeze by going 55-60 at 10% battery.
It did really help to alleviate range anxiety.
 
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I could read @DocOfClocks' post much faster than watching an entire video just for a punchline of "Press the OK button".
That's correct, but I mentioned also how to turn off the rear occupant alert and I am running a youtube channel building up content about the Mach E. I want to cover as much stuff as possible. you will see more coming.
 
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