belt shifter

belt shifter

[′belt ‚shif·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device with fingerlike projections used to shift a belt from one pulley to another or to replace a belt which has slipped off a pulley.
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Orlando Robinson, this year's winner of the BLACK ENTERPRISE Rising Star Award, shocked his critics when he invented the Seat Belt Shifter Lock.
The Seat Belt Shifter Lock guarantees that you cannot take a vehicle out of park until your seat belt is on.
In his own pursuit of social justice, Robinson hopes to prompt legislation, requiring automotive manufacturers to offer the Seat Belt Shifter Lock as an option to consumers.