NEW YORK — Robert C. Lange, director automotive safety, tells WEVTU that General Motors Corp. is forging ahead with new safety systems for children. This fall, GM will introduce hard receptacle connectors and upper child-seat anchors, as called for in FMVSS 208 that takes effect with 2002 models. Mr. Lange says that GM also will retrofit the upper anchor for older cars, free of charge. Dealers have the retro kits and can install them for consumers who desire this added safety feature. ...
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