The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety just released the results of tests on 72 models of child safety "booster" seats, designed to keep older children properly restrained in automobiles. The booster seats are the next step after a traditional car seat for infants and young children. Booster seats are generally produced for youngsters ages 4-8. Booster seats are designed to simply raise children to the proper height so that an automobile's standard safety belt will properly restrain them in the event of a crash. ... Read More
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