I use it and yes it often gets twisted in there.
If I don't use it the seat belt is too high, even with it in the loop I find it sits higher than it should and sometimes the edge irritates neck.
For reference I'm 5'9 and have the seat height set Low but not to the bottom
Hmmm, I'm 6ft and use the seat loops but have so far not experienced any twisting or anything. My biggest gripe about them is that they make this rubbing noise as the seatbelt moves around. Am trying to find some kind of oil or lubricant which would be safe for the upholstery and help to relieve some of the noise they make.
I just twisted around the way to button in the loop.
Top pic is after twisting it vs bottom being how it was originally. This should effectively move down the path just a tad, maybe it's just enough to keep it off my neck?
Thanks, I got it figured out. Mine was definitely tight and needed to be broken loose.
I was looking into how to match the size of a snap button and man its a bigger rabbit hole than I would want. Now I'm thinking about just sewing the extra bit of the strap to itself (so theres no slop in it). That is if it keeps twisting with the strap oriented like TruBlu86 has it.
It has helped so far!
Only thing I've noticed is if I pull on the seat belt or lean forward there is a slight amount more drag on the belt thru the loop compared to before (doesn't bother me)
My neck was out of harm's way though!