The clock is ticking toward a mid-June deadline for public comment on proposed new child restraint systems. The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. calls for critiques of recommendations that would: Update the seat assembly used to test child restraints. Add new test dummies to the evaluation process – including a weighted model to investigate booster seat limitations. Add new criteria with a view to preventing neck injury. Increase to 65 lbs. (30 kg) the weight children ...

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