A few months ago, Mr. Handsome read an article about vehicle safety kits. The article talked about the importance of having a seatbelt cutter and window hammer on hand, in case of an emergency. It explained that the seatbelt cutter could be used if the seatbelts were jammed in a collision and the window hammer would come in handy if the doors and windows were unable to be opened.
We purchased a tool that can both cut a seatbelt and break a window (from the brand Resqme), but the hardest part was finding a place to store it. My initial idea was to place it in the console between the seats, or perhaps in the glove compartment, but when I thought about it, I realized the tool would need to be in a place where it was both secured and within arms reach (considering that the entire seatbelt could be jammed and preventing you from moving your upper body away from the seat).
I ended up zip-tying it to the part of the seatbelt system that attaches to the wall. I put one on the driver side and one on the passenger side. And for additional safety, I bought a slightly larger larger window hammer tool and put it in the glove compartment. Since this vehicle safety hack took me so long to figure out, I thought I would share it, in hopes of making your life easier.