A new report discusses how the NHTSA would like to warn people that they must be aware of child-seating specifications before they place their child into the device. LATCH systems are only made to hold up to 65 pounds between the child and the seat, yet many parents unknowingly disobey this directive. Each time a child grows significantly, a new type of safety or booster seat should be bought for them. This should be done up to the ages of eight to twelve or when the child is 4’9″.
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