In order to combat alarming statistics that show 80% of child safety seats are installed improperly, DaimlerChrysler Corp. plans to make its safety seat inspection service free to all families without regard to what type of vehicle they drive. The automaker launched its Fit for a Kid program for its customers at DCC dealerships last fall in response to a plea by the National Transportation Safety Board to create a national system of permanent child safety seat fitting stations. DCC is the ...

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