I seem to recall a time in the past when the seat belt warning alarm sounded when my passenger didn't buckle their seat belt. Recently, I noticed that was not the case. You could drive around all day with someone in the passenger seat with the belt unbuckled and not have the alarm go off. Tesla tried to repair it 3 times but then told me that the alarm only works in the driver's seat and it was never in the passenger seat. I suppose I could be misremembering something (but a Roadster-owning acquaintance thinks he remembers this as well—though, perhaps not surprisingly, his no longer works now either—so both our memories are probably shot!) In any case, I was wondering if any Roadster 2.5 or 2.5 Sport owners can confirm that there is no seat belt alarm sensor in the passenger seat. I know Tesla had a waiver to not have an advanced airbag system that sensed the weight of the passenger and adjusted the air bag deployment, but I didn't think that applied to the seat belt sensor as well—perhaps it did. Thank you!